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Back to the Future in Québec
Back to the Future in Québec

Québec's recent election was a resounding victory for Coalition Avenir du Québec (CAQ).  What lies ahead? By Dr. Bruce Mabley. (11/04/2018)

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Offspring of Populism: Imbalance of Power or International Disorder?
Offspring of Populism: Imbalance of Power or International Disorder?

History shows us that when a populist leader comes to the fore in an influential state, it ushers in a new era, shattering the persisting international order and bringing imbalance of power. B... Read More...



The Gambia - Regime Transition and the Path to Development
The Gambia - Regime Transition and the Path to Development

Politics and development in The Gambia. By Chambers Umezulike. (02/05/2018)

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Will President Joko Widodo Lead Indonesia for Another 5 Years?
Will President Joko Widodo Lead Indonesia for Another 5 Years?

A look at President Joko Widodo and his future prospects as leader of Indonesia. By Adritho Zaifar. (01/27/2018) 

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The Trump-Russia Fiasco
The Trump-Russia Fiasco

Reflections on the Trump - Russia issue and the Trump presidency.  By Traci Seltzer. (01/19/2018)

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The Political Character of social media: How do Greek Internet Users Perceive and use Social Network
The Political Character of social media: How do Greek Internet Users Perceive and use Social Network

Study investigates the political potential of social networks as popular platforms of mediated communication in Greece. By Dimitra Karantzeni. (10/02/2014)

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Is the ‘crisis of secularism’ in Western Europe the result of multiculturalism?
Is the ‘crisis of secularism’ in Western Europe the result of multiculturalism?

Essay discusses that, although multiculturalism supports and promotes the recognition of minority religious identities, the statement that it puts secularism under crisis is a bit exaggerated, if n... Read More...



Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?
Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?

Cleo Paskal analyzes Prime Minister Modi's opportunity to reshape India's foreign policy.  (Huffington Post, 06/05/2014)

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Independence Drifts Away: Quebec Will Stay in Canada
Independence Drifts Away: Quebec Will Stay in Canada

What factors are causing talk of Quebec indendence to wane? By Jan Nalaskowski. (05/14/2014)

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Interview with Professor Stephen Walt, Harvard University
Interview with Professor Stephen Walt, Harvard University

Professor Stephen Walt discusses a wide range of international issues, from theory to US foreign policy and the Snowden case. By Gustavo Macedo & Patricia G Derolle. (09/20/2013)

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A Tale of Two Chávezes
For those who loved and reviled Venezuela's president in equal measure, El Comandante leaves behind two very different legacies. (3/11/2013, Foreign Policy) Read More...


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Which one?
America could do better than Barack Obama; sadly, Mitt Romney does not fit the bill (11/02/2012, The Economist) Read More...


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IA Forum Special Report: President Obama
Hopes and Realities: Challenges for the New President. (01/09/2009) Read More...


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Loyalty of the borderlands
Identity, not economics, should direct the debate over Scottish devolution, writes MP Rory Stewart (02/22/2012, Prospect) Read More...


Protests Here, Protests There: Mass Demonstrations and the State of Democracy in the U.S. & Bolivia
Protests Here, Protests There: Mass Demonstrations and the State of Democracy in the U.S. & Bolivia
Author analyzes protest movements in U.S. and Bolivia and what government response says for a healthy democracy in both countries. By Nicholas A. Fromherz. (11/07/2011) Read More...


Words of Wisdom: A Constitutional Foreign Policy
Words of Wisdom: A Constitutional Foreign Policy
Author reflects on the words and views of U.S. founding fathers as they might apply today. By Patrick Corcoran. (04/11/2011) Read More...


Changing of the Guard: The Way Forward for Chile's New President
Changing of the Guard: The Way Forward for Chile's New President
Author analyzes issues facing new Chilean President Sebastian Pinera. By Tarun George. (04/16/2010) Read More...


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Advancing African Development: The Necessity for Aid and Trade
How to organize the political system to enshrine accountability of political and economic elites to the citizens, and how to play off foreign powers in the competitive international environment so as ... Read More...


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Turkish Foreign Policy in the Era of Global Turmoil
E. Fuat Keyman offers criteria for examining Turkey's new foreign policy position in the changing world. Read More...


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What to expect from the Spanish EU Presidency
From 1 January 2010, Spain takes over the six-month rotating presidency of the EU. It will be the first since ratification of the Lisbon Treaty. (Open Europe, Dec, 2009) Read More...


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