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While the United Nations does excellent work in peacekeeping and developing friendly relations among nations, it has severe limitations of expertise, speed and, above all, transparency, when it com... Read More...



Mineral traceability and conflict in eastern DRC: the case of the “Conflict-Free Tin Initiative”
Mineral traceability and conflict in eastern DRC: the case of the “Conflict-Free Tin Initiative”

Paper analyzes the Conflict-Free Tin Initiative and whether traceability provided by it will provide positive results. By Dr. Edoardo Monaco. (02/13/2014)

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Climate Change and Reinsurance: The Human Security Issue
Climate Change and Reinsurance: The Human Security Issue

Paper analyzes the effects of climate change on reiinsurance and human security issues. By Prof. Anis Bajrektarevic & Carla Baumer. (02/10/2014)

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The Ongoing Public Debt Crisis in the European Union: Impacts on and Lessons for Vietnam
The Ongoing Public Debt Crisis in the European Union: Impacts on and Lessons for Vietnam

Paper analyzes causes of public debt crisis, its impacts on the economy of Vietnam, and how to avoid a potential public debt crisis in Vietnam and guarantee sustainable development. By Dr. Nguyen A... Read More...



India-Pakistan Detente: Positive Note
India-Pakistan Detente: Positive Note

Do recent events point to an unflawing for Indian-Pakistan relations? By Dr. Kashi N Pandita. (01/24/2014)

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Now Available: International Affairs Forum - Winter Edition
Now Available: International Affairs Forum - Winter Edition

Our latest edition of International Affairs Forum (Taylor and Francis) is now available. This issue focuses on the BRICS countries and the impact of social media on governance.

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New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Werner Baer: BRIC countries
New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Werner Baer: BRIC countries

A look inside the latest issue of International Affairs Forum (Taylor&Francis). Professor Werner Baer at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, discusses Brazil's economy. (International ... Read More...



New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Professor Robert M. Stern, Goldman School, UC-Berkeley
New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Professor Robert M. Stern, Goldman School, UC-Berkeley

A look inside the latest issue of International Affairs Forum (Taylor&Francis), an interview with Professor Emeritus Robert M. Stern. (International Affairs Forum, 01/2014)

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New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Smita Brunnermeier: BRIC countries
New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Smita Brunnermeier: BRIC countries

Interview with Professor Smita Brunnermeier of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (International Affairs Forum, 01/2014)

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20 Years to Trade Economic Independence for Political Sovereignty
20 Years to Trade Economic Independence for Political Sovereignty
How has the well-being of Latvia changed in the 20 years since the collapse of the Soviet Union? By Eva Maurina. (12/18/2013) Read More...


El Indio: The French Pivot
El Indio: The French Pivot
The French pivot to ASEAN could be the start of a grand interregional enterprise that leads the EU. By Jamil Maidan Flores. (09/12/2013) Read More...


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Calling Off America’s Bombs
It is time for the US to help stop the killing in Syria. That means abandoning the fantasy that it can or should determine who rules in the Middle East, says Jeffrey Sachs ( 09/07/2013, Project Syn... Read More...


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Marching in Circles: Egypt’s Dangerous Second Transition
Nearly two-and-half years after Hosni Mubarak’s overthrow, Egypt is embarking on a transition in many ways disturbingly like the one it just experienced, only with different actors at the helm and far... Read More...


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Defining Victory: The U.S. and Victory in Afghanistan
Paper analyzes: what can be defined as victory in the War in Afghanistan? By Zachary K. Ochoa. (08/08/2013) Read More...


IA Forum Interview: Dr. David Phillips
IA Forum Interview: Dr. David Phillips
Foreign Aid: is there a better way to promote development and perhaps alleviate poverty? Author of Development Without Aid discusses. By Katherine Lugo. (08/06/2013) Read More...


The Rise of BRIC: Too Soon to Make Assumptions
The Rise of BRIC: Too Soon to Make Assumptions
Do the BRIC countries still present a global power shift? Will they? By Zachary K. Ochoa. (07/13/2013) Read More...


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What is Italy Saying?
The outcome of the Italian elections should send a clear message to Europe’s leaders: the austerity policies that they have pursued are being rejected by voters, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz (4/11/2013, ... Read More...


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The Post-Crisis Crises
As we struggle with today’s crises, we should be asking whether we are responding in ways that exacerbate our long-term problems, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz (01/07/2013, Project Syndicate) Read More...


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So much to do, so little time
France is slowly heading towards a crisis, says John Peet. Can the country be reformed before it is too late? (11/17/2012, The Economist) Read More...


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The Tragedy of the European Union and How to Resolve It
Germany should become a more "benevolent" leading country or exit the single currency, says George Soros. (09/07/2012, The New York Review of Books) Read More...


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The G192 report
The Stiglitz commission on the 2008 crash was obstructed and derided, especially by the US and UK. Five years on, with the crisis set to last, it is vital that the UN becomes a central forum for negot... Read More...


How to Deal with the Chinese Exchange Rate
How to Deal with the Chinese Exchange Rate
How should the U.S. effectively deal with the Chinese exchange rate? By Dr. David A. Phillips. (08/13/2012) Read More...


The Forum (Summer 2011 issue): The EU
The Forum (Summer 2011 issue): The EU
Summer 2001 issue of The Forum features commentary and interviews from international experts discussing EU Security and The ECB, the Fed, and Economic Recovery. Read More...


The Forum - Summer 2012 Issue - China
The Forum - Summer 2012 Issue - China
In our latest issue of The Forum, experts discuss China's ambitions and worldview, security policy, and exchange rate issue. (06/28/2012) Read More...


The Forum - Summer 2012  Issue - China
The Forum - Summer 2012 Issue - China
In our latest issue of The Forum, experts discuss China's ambitions and worldview, security policy, and exchange rate issue. (06/28/2012) Read More...


Slow Float to China
Slow Float to China
Authors analyze the issues surrounding the Chinese exchange rate. (06/22/2012) Read More...


America’s Hammering China’s Renminbi Makes Little Sense
America’s Hammering China’s Renminbi Makes Little Sense
Author argues that China’s surpluses are not driving America’s deficits and presents misperceptions about exchange rates and China's growth. By Yukon Huang. (06/18/2012) Read More...


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Rio+20: understanding the present in the light of the future.
Understanding the present in the light of the past, we see only the problems, resulting in gloom. But understanding the present in the light of the future compels us to evolve and see the opportunitie... Read More...


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Why we need Sustainable Development Goals
Rio+20 must launch SDGs to guide countries through complex development challenges, argues Colombian ministry official Paula Caballero Gómez. (05/24/2012, SciDev.Net) Read More...


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A Global New Deal
Public’s tolerance for economic policies that do not reduce unemployment has collapsed, says Jomo Kwame Sundaram, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development (Project Syndicate, 05/22/2012... Read More...


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