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In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis
In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis

Examing war and peace through a Neoralist lens. By Maneesh Mishra. (09/19/2018)

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In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis
In Order to Analyze Questions of War and Peace, We Cannot Avoid Pursuing a Neorealist Analysis

Examing war and peace through a Neoralist lens. By Maneesh Mishra. (09/19/2018)

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Chaos in Iraq: Are the Kurds Truly Set to Win?

Artcle discusses scenarios and ramiffications for possible Kurdish independence. By Winston Harris. (Small Arms Journal, 08/28/2014)

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In the Pursuit of Strategic Stability
In the Pursuit of Strategic Stability

Improving strategic stability in South Asia through multilateral cooperation is imperative for improving standards of living across the region. By Davis Florick. (06/25/2014)

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What Iran Wins by Fighting in Syria
What Iran Wins by Fighting in Syria

Is Islamic Republic of Iran the greatest loser in the Syria conflict...or not?   By Mohammed Nuruzzaman (04/29/2014)

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Government and MNLA Negotiating in Mali: Why Failure is Not an Option
Government and MNLA Negotiating in Mali: Why Failure is Not an Option
In depth and analysis of peace talks in Mali and prospects for success. By Dr. Christos Kyrou. (05/26/2013) Read More...


Rise of Political Islam in Turkey and its Effects on Turkish-Syrian Relations
Rise of Political Islam in Turkey and its Effects on Turkish-Syrian Relations
Paper explores the rise of political Islam in the last two decades in Turkey and its effects on Turkish Syrian relations. By Saffet Akkaya. (11/27/2012) Read More...


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Youth Views: The U.S. Should Step up Cultural Exchange Programs
If it's cultural exchange the U.S. wants, then it should focus on 'exchange', argues a recent graduate in international studies. By Rebecca P. Tollefson (Common Ground News-Partners in Humanity, 8/09... Read More...


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A World Without Power
Niall Ferguson argues that anyone who dislikes U.S. hegemony should consider the alternative, a world with no superpower at all. (7/1/2004, Originally published in Foreign Policy, republished with per... Read More...


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America's Imperial Dilemma
The U.S. increasingly looks, walks, and talks like an empire. It should exercise strong and determined global leadership. At the same time, it must avoid the temptation to meddle when U.S. interests a... Read More...




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