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Culture as a binding factor in our society, interview with Camilla Habsburg-Lothringen
Culture as a binding factor in our society, interview with Camilla Habsburg-Lothringen

Interview with Camilla Habsburg-Lothringen about cultural diplomacy. Interview by Djoeke Altena. (first published by Dutch Diplomat Magazine, 03/13/2017)

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Concerting for peace in Afghanistan: Will the ‘meeting of six’ have a tune to play?
Concerting for peace in Afghanistan: Will the ‘meeting of six’ have a tune to play?

What's the hope for Afghanistan's current peace process involving regional powers?  By Chayanika Saxena. (03/19/2017)

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Methods of Manipulation: How Militant regimes control the masses
Methods of Manipulation: How Militant regimes control the masses

Essay focuses on Indonesia and Burma to examine how militant regimes seek to control the masses. By Juli Adhikari. (03/08/2017)

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Antagonisms to the East: Why EU sanctions against Russia are counterproductive
Antagonisms to the East: Why EU sanctions against Russia are counterproductive

Why EU sanctions against Russia are counterproductive. By Jessica C. Tselepy. (03/02/2017)

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Religious Freedom in Southeast Asia
Religious Freedom in Southeast Asia

Focusing on Philippines and Vietnam, a look at religious freedom in Southeast Asia. By Sooyoung Hu. (03/02/2017)

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In Defense of Europe
In Defense of Europe

Author calls for sustaining the European Union. By Prof. A.C. Beyer. (02/27/2017)

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Trouble to the East: The threat to American security from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Trouble to the East: The threat to American security from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Paper seeks to determine what, if any, threat is posed to the security of the United States by the activities of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. By Aaron Pultman. (03/01/2017)

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The Effects of Natural Resource Extraction on Indigenous People
The Effects of Natural Resource Extraction on Indigenous People

Paper analyzes effects of natural resource extract on indigenous peoples in Chile and Bolivia. By Emily Frias. (02/28/2017)

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Hijab Fashion Industries ‘Unveiled’
Hijab Fashion Industries ‘Unveiled’

Case study introduces an analysis on the marketing of hijabs within Muslim countries and how Islamic countries try to sell their tesettur apparel globally.By Danybell Farhad. (02/28/2017)

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Accelerating Change in North Korea
Accelerating Change in North Korea

An alternative approach to ending the ongoing crisis on the Korean Peninsula. By Peter Murphy. (02/24/2017)

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Breaking the Silence: A Global Analysis of Sexual Assault in the Military
Breaking the Silence: A Global Analysis of Sexual Assault in the Military

Paper provides international examination of sexual assault in the military. By Michelle Stone. (02/241/2017)

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The Role of Technology in Global Financial Development
The Role of Technology in Global Financial Development

A comparative study of mobile banking markets in three different economies. By Mildred Santarriaga. (02/19/2017)

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CEDAW, UNSCR 1325, and Intersectionality
CEDAW, UNSCR 1325, and Intersectionality

A review of legal frameworks during war and peace times. By Catherine Howell. (02/14/2017)

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Misguided Guidance and Self -Serving Leaders:Evaluating Politics and Leadership in Southeast Asia
Misguided Guidance and Self -Serving Leaders:Evaluating Politics and Leadership in Southeast Asia

Short paper examines politics and leadership in the Philippines and Indonesia. By Juli Adhikari. (02/10/2017)

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Why Hasn’t North Korea Collapsed? Rational Choices in East Asia
Why Hasn’t North Korea Collapsed? Rational Choices in East Asia

Paper analyzes North Korea and reasons for its continuation as a State. By Eric Dean Tesar. (02/07/2017)

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Democratic Transitions in Southeast Asia
Democratic Transitions in Southeast Asia

Paper examines democratic transitions in the Philippines and Indonesia. By Sooyoung Hu. (01/27/2017)

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Stephen M. Walt's Notion of Threat
Stephen M. Walt's Notion of Threat

Author analyzes Stephen M. Walt's Notion of Threat. By Vasanthakumar B.G. (01/27/2017)

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What Factors Have Perpetuated Instability in Yemen?
What Factors Have Perpetuated Instability in Yemen?

Parper examines destabilizing factors plaguing Yemen. By Austin Rock. (01/24/2017) 

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New book: International Political Psychology: Explorations into a New Discipline
New book: International Political Psychology: Explorations into a New Discipline

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Facing the Trump Presidency – Will the Monroe doctrine finally die?
Facing the Trump Presidency – Will the Monroe doctrine finally die?

What does the incoming Trump administration portend for US-South American relations? By Nicola Bilotta. (01/18/2017)

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Brazil’s Locomotive Breath
Brazil’s Locomotive Breath

The Petrobras scandal is changing the equilibrium of powers in the Latin “China”. By Nicola Bilotta. (01/16/20116)

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The Road to Retribution:Judicial Independence in Transitional Justice
The Road to Retribution:Judicial Independence in Transitional Justice

Paper argues that retribution is more likely to occur under the two conditions. By Chuyue Frances Huang. (01/15/2017)

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Regime Survival in Uganda, Security Agencies and the Question of how many generals do you have?
Regime Survival in Uganda, Security Agencies and the Question of how many generals do you have?

Paper examines Ugandan facets of political power. By Ivan Mugyenzi Ashaba. (01/14/2017)

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Jakarta Gubernatorial Election 2017: Who Will Be Eliminated?
Jakarta Gubernatorial Election 2017: Who Will Be Eliminated?

Analysis of the upcoming Jakarta Jakarta gubernatorial election. By Igor Dirgantara. (01/14/2016)

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Chinese Foreign Policy in East Asia: A 2016 Assessment of Strategy and Goals
Chinese Foreign Policy in East Asia: A 2016 Assessment of Strategy and Goals

An analysis of China’s strategy and policy goals for advancing its interests in East Asia and its potential impacts. By Daniel Urchick. (01/09/2016)

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Propagating a Sustainable Model for Adaptive Forest Management
Propagating a Sustainable Model for Adaptive Forest Management

Paper presents a model for sustainable forest management and integrating Indigenous Knowledge Systems. By Noora Larson. (01/09/2017)

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Putting Government on Its Toes
Putting Government on Its Toes

Paper analyzes: A Vociferous Opposition Party and the Lai Mohammed Phenomenon in Nigeria’s Electoral Politics. By Dr. Mike Omilusi. (01/02/2016)

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Frank Vogl: The Corruption–Security Nexus: Forging U.S. Strategy

How can the US effectively manage corruption related security issues? By Frank Vogl.

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Why is Europe Able to Manage its Decline, While Asia is (still) Unable to Capitalize on its Success?
Why is Europe Able to Manage its Decline, While Asia is (still) Unable to Capitalize on its Success?

Author offers several policy incentives why the largest world’s continent must consider creation of the comprehensive pan-Asian institution. By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (12/30/2016)<... Read More...



COIN: the effectiveness of counterinsurgency strategies in Afghanistan from 2001 until 2014
COIN: the effectiveness of counterinsurgency strategies in Afghanistan from 2001 until 2014

Analysis of counerinsurgency strategies used in Afghanistan. By Nathan Down. (12/24/2016)

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