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Weakening Realism: Balancing Competition with Trade

Are traditional strategic models of international relations suggesting that competitive strategies are likely to dominate valid?  By Amien Kacou.(07/20/2015)  

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Lessons from Incipient Civic Movements in the Broader Middle East

Authors introduce analytical framework of 'incipient societies' to shed light on the so-called “Arab Spring”. It provides recommendations and suggestions, as well as areas of future consideration. By Nicholas A. Heras and Christos Kyrou Ph.D.
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The Complementary Processes of Integration and Fragmentation (Late 19th to Early 20th Century)

Paper identifies the globalizing processes of integration and/or fragmentation and their relation to global history. By Gabor Sinko. (09/16/2016)

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Evaluating Islam’s role in Central Asia

Paper examines arguments regarding the extent of radicalization in Central Asia and Islam’s history in the region. By Raja Sutherland. (09/12/2016).

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The International Productivity Problem, the Energy Transition, and Globalization, Going Forward

Essay argues that the stresses of the upcoming major worldwide energy transitions, accompanied by climate change protections, are likely to severely test national and international coordination systems, and the globalization construct. By Jack Pearce. (07/29/2016)

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The Elimination of War Debate: Why Talking About Human Nature is Irrelevant

Paper explores, is war inherently inseparable from us and trying to eliminate it would therefore be a vain endeavour? By Nathanaël Chouraqui. (07/24/2016)

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Machiavelli’s Immorality: Deeper Looks

An examination of Machiavelli. Should he be chararcterized immoral? The answer's ambiguous. By C.J. de Grazia. (07/19/2016) 

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Assessing Kenneth Waltz's Theory of International Politics: the challenge of parsimony

Analyzingf Kenneth Waltz's Theory of International Politics: By Nathanaël Chouraqui. (06/14/2016)

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Analyzing the Challenges of China’s Reemergence in Modern Asia: A Historical Construction

Examination of China's reemergence as a world power. By Raja Sutherland. (05/19/2016)

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Is Regionalism a part of Preventive Diplomacy?

The need to achieve regional security presupposes the use of the regional structures with functions and activities of a global system of collective security. By Tanya Deykova. (04/27/2016)

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Responsibility to Protect and its Neo-Imperialist Implications

Paper asks: Can the doctrine of ‘Responsibility to Protect’ achieve the security that it aims for, in its present interventionist form, or does it do more harm than good by creating a renewed narrative of Neo-Imperialism through the façade of security? By Sasha Bhatnagar. (03/08/2016)

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EU-China Cooperation – Assessment of Key Policy Areas

Paper presents a general and sectoral angle to analyze EU-China relations. Professor Attila Marján. (Modern Diplomacy, 10/22/2015)

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The Spectrum Toolkit: An Integrative Analysis of Conceptual Issues in International Relations

Paper examines five spectrums of interstate relations. By Jessica C. Tselepy. (10/08/2015)

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Obama’s Neoliberal Foreign Policy in a Neoliberal World

From his decision to forge a deal with Iran to his stance on China, President Obama's distinctly Neoliberal foreign policy conforms well to the emerging Neoliberal world order.By Carlos Ramirez. (08/13/2015)

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The Concept of Soft Power: A Critical Analysis

Paper seeks to find the utility of soft power, which turns out to be having strategic motive and agenda behind it. By Abhinav Dutta. (08/01/2015)

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Fear and Consensus in Hegemonic Governance

Author argues that consensus under hegemony implies a state of incalculable fear and fearlessness at the same time under the condition of high asymmetry. By Cornelia Beyer. (05/01/2012)
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