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Helsinki Spirit Revisited
Helsinki Spirit Revisited

As part of the Geneva Lecture Series, Amb. Lamberto Zannier gave a highly mesmerizing and content intensive lecture for the faculty members and Geneva-based diplomats.*  Excellency Zannier outlined... Read More...



Armenophobia: Enemy and Dehumanizing Images
Armenophobia: Enemy and Dehumanizing Images

The need for Turkey and Armenia to reconcile the Armenian genocide and move forward.  By Kathryn Maldonado. (10/04/2022)

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What is it good for? An analysis of war goals in Ukraine and a path to peace
What is it good for? An analysis of war goals in Ukraine and a path to peace

Author presents analysis on what peace could look like in Ukraine.  By Kieran Garvey. (06/10/2022)

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Ukrainianization of Europe or Europeanisation of Ukraine
Ukrainianization of Europe or Europeanisation of Ukraine

The looming crisis over Ukraine. By  Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/04/2022)

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The Arms are Fair
The Arms are Fair

How did the free world let the Ukrainian invasion happen? By Sartaj Chaudhary. (04/30/2022)

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Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture
Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture

With the recent terror attacks in Israel as a starting point, this essay focuses on reactions to extreme violence in conflict situations and on how they contribute to mutually exclusive narratives.... Read More...



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Cold War Redux : Who Ended the Cold War and Squandered the Cold Peace?
Cold War Redux : Who Ended the Cold War and Squandered the Cold Peace?

Paper analyzes Cold War dynamics and the future of liberalism and democracy.  By Amartya Sharma. 08/05/2021

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IA Forum - The Post-Pandemic World
IA Forum - The Post-Pandemic World

In the latest issue of International Affairs Forum, experts from around the world examine aspects of a post-Pandemic globe. 07/21/2020

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Negotiations with North Korea: From Contradictions to Mutual Understanding
Negotiations with North Korea: From Contradictions to Mutual Understanding

analyzing a new stage of negotiations on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and integration between both parts of Korea through the prism of constructivist concepts. By Akramjon Fozilov. ... Read More...



‘Culture for Peace’ for Future of Diplomacy
‘Culture for Peace’ for Future of Diplomacy

Interview with Dr. Sofija Bajrektarevi, founder and general director of a comprehensive platform aimed at unifying potentials for the future: Culture for Peace. (12/07/2019)

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An avoidable fallout: A case study of the UN’s failure in Bosnia and Herzegovina
An avoidable fallout: A case study of the UN’s failure in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina was being ingulfed in nationalist and ethnic strife, the UN failed to uphold its primary duty. By Saman Ayesha Kidwai. (09/28/2019)

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On the Origins of the League of Nations
On the Origins of the League of Nations

Re-examining the League of Nations.  By Daniele-Hadi Irandoost. (06/19/2019)

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Book Excerpt: The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth
Book Excerpt: The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth

Read this excerpt from Professor Michael Mandelbaum's exciting new book, The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth.&... Read More...



The Uzbek-Ukrainian Commercial Dispute
The Uzbek-Ukrainian Commercial Dispute

Paper analyzes whether the recent developed dispute between Uzbekistan and Ukraine holds any serious consequences.  By Khumoyun Akhmadov. (03/25/2019)

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Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story
Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story

Costa Rica's advancements prove that small states can be important players in international politics. By Huan-Cheng (Thomas) Liu. (01/17/2019)

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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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External Article
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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