X Welcome to International Affairs Forum

International Affairs Forum a platform to encourage a more complete understanding of the world's opinions on international relations and economics. It presents a cross-section of all-partisan mainstream content, from left to right and across the world.

By reading International Affairs Forum, not only explore pieces you agree with but pieces you don't agree with. Read the other side, challenge yourself, analyze, and share pieces with others. Most importantly, analyze the issues and discuss them civilly with others.

And, yes, send us your essay or editorial! Students are encouraged to participate.

Please enter and join the many International Affairs Forum participants who seek a better path toward addressing world issues.
Tue. May 17, 2022
Get Published   |   About Us   |   Support Us   | Login   | Join Mailing List
International Affairs Forum
IAF Articles: Scholarly Papers

1-30 IAF Articles articles displayed
for the Scholarly Papers Topic

Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam: A Series of Decisions that Ultimately Limited Diplomatic Option
Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam: A Series of Decisions that Ultimately Limited Diplomatic Option

Analyzing Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam.  By Taoxi Xie. 05/06/2022

Read More...


Has Constructivism Become More Feasible with International Relations? A Study of the 21st Century
Has Constructivism Become More Feasible with International Relations? A Study of the 21st Century

Author discusses how and why constructivism is becoming more feasible with international relations and contributing more to international relations theory.  By Mir Basit Sajad. (03/09/2022)

Read More...


Comparison the Status of Women in Modern India and Contemporary India
Comparison the Status of Women in Modern India and Contemporary India

Analysis of womens rights in India, comparing two eras. By Pooja Sevaramani. (01/28/2022)

Read More...


Gantowisas: democracy and eternal feminine beyond the legends – a way to rethink world order
Gantowisas: democracy and eternal feminine beyond the legends – a way to rethink world order

Paper examines the myth of the eternal feminine in a Iroquois adaptation. By Paola Canale. 01/23/2022

Read More...


The never-ending womens rights chokehold among the shifts of power in Afghanistan – What changes unde
The never-ending womens rights chokehold among the shifts of power in Afghanistan – What changes unde

Paper examines womens rights under Taliban rule in Afghanistan. By Paola Canale. 01/23/2022

Read More...


China and Sports
China and Sports

Paper argues tht augmenting the soft power capabilities of sporting competitions and events, China can extend its power projection abroad and domestically with great success.  By Simo Nikolic. (09/... Read More...



High Time to Revisit Kenneth Waltz Ideas
High Time to Revisit Kenneth Waltz Ideas

Paper reexamines the thoughts of Kenneth Waltz.  By Amit Kumar. (09/01/2021)

Read More...


Joseph R. McCarthy: Communication Technology and the Second Red Scare in United States
Joseph R. McCarthy: Communication Technology and the Second Red Scare in United States

Paper examines the U.S. Red Scare of the 1950s and Joseph R. McCarthy.  By Anping Yang. (08/30/2021)

Read More...


Bolsonaro in the Russian Roulette
Bolsonaro in the Russian Roulette

Essay looks at Bolsonaro's strenuous and hazardous efforts to overcome environmental and climate change emergency. By Paola Canale. (08/30/2021)

Read More...


R2P: A Normative Paradox
R2P: A Normative Paradox

Paper examines whether Responsibility to Protest (R2P) should be abandoned.  By Yaarub Al-Dhahab.  (08/27/2021)

Read More...


Instrumentalization of Disjunct-Nations: A Unique Russian Strategy
Instrumentalization of Disjunct-Nations: A Unique Russian Strategy

Paper reexamines reasons for Russian actions in Crimea and Novorossiya.  By Yash Sharma. (08/20/2021)

Read More...


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

Read More...


COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu of 1918: A Comparison
COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu of 1918: A Comparison

Paper compares the COVID-19 pandemic to the Spanish Flu of 1918, discusses how public perception of disease has changed, and analyzes if this change in perception is an asset or a detriment to the ... Read More...



How Would the Education Sector Change if Governments Were no Longer Involved?
How Would the Education Sector Change if Governments Were no Longer Involved?

Is government involvement necessary to achieve effective education?  By Sizhuang Wang. 07/29/2021

Read More...


The Politicization of Science
The Politicization of Science

The impacts of politizing science and ways to lessen their influence.  By Sharif Khalid. (07/27/2021)

Read More...


The twilight of idols, liquid society and post-sovereignty
The twilight of idols, liquid society and post-sovereignty

Scholarly essay examines sovereignism and its new form. By Paola Canale.  (06/26/2021)

Read More...


The Spanish Flu: How the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Impacted Boston, the US, and the World
The Spanish Flu: How the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Impacted Boston, the US, and the World

Paper examines the 1918 pandemic and its repercussions. By Ethan Han. 06/26/2021

Read More...


COVID, Communication, and Controversy
COVID, Communication, and Controversy

How modern media blurs the line between fact and fiction. By Ethan Han. 06/04/2021

Read More...


Internet Algorithms and Radicalization
Internet Algorithms and Radicalization

Paper explores the impact of internet algorithms on political infrastructure. By Arham Malik. (05/17/2021)

Read More...


Reinforcement, Flashbulb Memories, and Personality
Reinforcement, Flashbulb Memories, and Personality

Paper examines populism as a conflict-centered form of politics. By Nick Bailey. (05/04/2021)

Read More...


We Shall Go on to the End
We Shall Go on to the End

Winston Churchill and the power of communication in the darkest hours of World War II. By Guanqiao Huang. 05/05/2021

Read More...


Towards a Psychodynamic Theory of Corruption
Towards a Psychodynamic Theory of Corruption

Focusing on India, this paper presents a psychodynamic theory of corruption.. By J Mac Ghlionn. 03/30/2021

Read More...


China’s Self-Strengthening Movement and Japan’s Meiji Restoration
China’s Self-Strengthening Movement and Japan’s Meiji Restoration

Essay examines the similarities and differences between China and Japan’s decision to modernize when both Asian states were under threat of growing Western influence. By Guanqiao Huang. 03/17/2021<... Read More...



Remember the History of Berlin Divided: Monuments, Memory, and History
Remember the History of Berlin Divided: Monuments, Memory, and History

Paper examines Berlin's twentieth century history and impact. By Ethan Han. 03/06/2021

Read More...


The Second Intifada and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The Second Intifada and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Paper examines the Second Intifada and its repercussions. By Yilin Wang. 02/19/2021

Read More...


Ethnicity and Democratization in Ethiopia
Ethnicity and Democratization in Ethiopia

Paper explores the challenges of nation-building due to the politicization of ethnic identities in Ethiopia and how it has hindered the democratization process.  By Melale Hailu. (02/05/2... Read More...



Events pushing the things over the edge: A critical study of Sino-Australian Rivalry
Events pushing the things over the edge: A critical study of Sino-Australian Rivalry

Paper analyzes major events, which are pushing Australia and Chinese relations to an extreme edge. By Saif Ali. 02/04/2021

Read More...


Psychology of Foreign Policy Analysis
Psychology of Foreign Policy Analysis

Paper presents a brief review of The "Operational Code": A Neglected Approach to the Study of Political Leaders and Decision-Making by Alexander George (1969).  By Odhi... Read More...



Contemporary Arms Control Instruments: Strengths and Weaknesses at “Saving Lives”
Contemporary Arms Control Instruments: Strengths and Weaknesses at “Saving Lives”

Analysis of conventional weapons management infrastructure strengths and weaknesses, including recommendations.  By Chloé Bernadaux. 10/30/2020

Read More...


The US-India Strategic Relations: A Brief Report
The US-India Strategic Relations: A Brief Report

Analysis of US-India strategic relations. By. Dr. Sohail Mahmood. 10/20/2020

Read More...


1-30 | 31-60 | 61-90 | 91-107



Contact Us | About Us | Support Us | Terms & Conditions Twitter Facebook Get Alerts Get Published

All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2002 - 2022