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The Future of Democracy:  Venue Dependent
The Future of Democracy: Venue Dependent

Author argues that the core characteristics of a successful democracy are at risk in the United States. By Traci Seltzer. (02/25/2021)

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Entry into force of the Tromsø Convention
Entry into force of the Tromsø Convention

A unique opportunity for European governments to reaffirm and strengthen their commitment to transparency.  By Lola Servary. (02/23/2021)

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Improving human rights through empowering citizens and rebuilding trust across Europe
Improving human rights through empowering citizens and rebuilding trust across Europe

The ongoing erosion of human rights in Europe and the efforts of the Council of Europe to protect and upheld them.  By Chloé Bernadaux. (02/16/2021)

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President-Elect Biden and the Troubled NATO Alliance
President-Elect Biden and the Troubled NATO Alliance

Biden's challenging path to mend its alliance with NATO. By Noah Graham.

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Cross-generational and cross-sectoral Recovery for the Union: Towards a New Independent authority?
Cross-generational and cross-sectoral Recovery for the Union: Towards a New Independent authority?

Analysis of the newest Recovery Action Plan of the European Union for a post-COVID-19 world.  Can it succeed? By Nora Wolf.  (02/03/2021)

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America should claim its money back from the UN and UNICEF
America should claim its money back from the UN and UNICEF

Author argues the U.S. should reclaim monies from the UN and UNICEF to assist COVID relief.  By Iveta Cherneva. (01/07/2021)

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As usual, Trump doesn’t see the link between Blackwater pardons & Soleimani’s death anniversary
As usual, Trump doesn’t see the link between Blackwater pardons & Soleimani’s death anniversary

Donald Trump doesn’t see a correlation between his decisions and US national security.   By Iveta Cherneva. (12/31/2020)

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President Trump Turns Off the Light and Bolts the Door as He Leaves the White House
President Trump Turns Off the Light and Bolts the Door as He Leaves the White House

Ramifications of the U.S. withdrawal The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and what lies ahead.  By Nacer Ben Driouich. (12/30/2020)

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Biden’s foreign service: not only about going back to the pre-Trump days
Biden’s foreign service: not only about going back to the pre-Trump days

Looking ahead at the U.S Foreign Service under a Biden Administration and the need for diversity.  By Iveta Cherneva. (12/30/2020)

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Living Antifascism:  There is no Health without Freedom
Living Antifascism: There is no Health without Freedom

Relections on the COVID-19 pandemic and global responses to it.  By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (12/29/2020)

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The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Has No Military Solution
The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Has No Military Solution

Amid escalated 6-week military confrontation, experts have called for a political solution to the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh and mutual concessions.  By Malika Mukhitdinova. (12/23... Read More...



The Corruption and Elitism That Lies Behind the Increasingly Expensive U.S. Presidential Campaigns
The Corruption and Elitism That Lies Behind the Increasingly Expensive U.S. Presidential Campaigns

It's time to control super PACs.  By Jasmine Mortazavi. (12/21/2020)

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Defending the Liberal World Order: A Winning Strategy or a Folly?
Defending the Liberal World Order: A Winning Strategy or a Folly?

Thoughts on an Atlantic Council event discussing Global Strategy for a Changing World and recommendations for moving forward.  By James Stockmal. (12/10/2020)

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The Forthcoming Sino-US Rift
The Forthcoming Sino-US Rift

Yet another Binarization of International Relations? By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (12/10/2020)

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Prognostications and Icarus In Flight
Prognostications and Icarus In Flight

Reflections on the COVID-19 era and leveraging its lessons for progress.  By James Stockmal. (12/07/2020)

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Why The Jordanian Dinar being Pegged To The U.S Dollar Is A Smart Idea
Why The Jordanian Dinar being Pegged To The U.S Dollar Is A Smart Idea

Jordan faces increasing unemployment rates and diminished foreign investment.  Pegging the Jordanian Dinar to the U.S. Dollar could help.  By Sara Alghanmeh. (12/01/2020)

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Unfolding Unity – The Evolution of Peace
Unfolding Unity – The Evolution of Peace

Exploring a third wave of war/peace expansion and contraction.  By Dr. Anna Cornelia Beyer. (11/02/2020)

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ASEAN at Crossroads: Nonaligned Movement has no alternative
ASEAN at Crossroads: Nonaligned Movement has no alternative

Examining the forthcoming global realignment triggered by the conformation of China and the US and its impact on Asia. Author presents a proposal to revisit chapters of Bandung and NAM. Prof. Anis ... Read More...



A Recipe for War
A Recipe for War

Examining Germany's policy toward Southeastern Europe.  By Zlatko Hadžidedi and Adnan Idrizbegovi?. (10/23/2020)

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Where there is a Will – there is Brazil  Society 2020, despite the Pandemic
Where there is a Will – there is Brazil Society 2020, despite the Pandemic

COVID-19 and its social cultural and overall impact in Latin American societies.  By Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg. (10/21/2020)

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Boogaloo Bois and al-Hashd al-Shaabi: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Boogaloo Bois and al-Hashd al-Shaabi: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Examining commonalities between insurgent forces and U.S. far-right groups.  What are the effects on each state?  By Blake Vieira. (10/12/2020)

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Myanmar Soldiers Corroborate the Rohingya Experience Ahead of National Elections
Myanmar Soldiers Corroborate the Rohingya Experience Ahead of National Elections

Upcoming Myanmar elections affecting plight of the Rohnigyas.  By Noor Kumar. (09/30/2020)

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China is changing its strategy towards U.S. sanctions
China is changing its strategy towards U.S. sanctions

Trump bans TikTok and WeChat but Beijing no longer retaliates against U.S. companies.  By Dr. Tao Peng. (09/25/2020)

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AI: The Italian National Strategy Revisited
AI: The Italian National Strategy Revisited

Is Italian AI strategic plan sufficient?  By Cristina Semeraro. (09/07/2020)

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De-funding Global Health
De-funding Global Health

Funds are being reduced to Global Health Intiatives.  What are the facts and potential impacts?  By M. Patel Virendra.  (08/31/2020)

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Where do we go from here? – revisiting words of Steve Clemons
Where do we go from here? – revisiting words of Steve Clemons

Highlights from panel discussion during the Diplomatic Academy Vienna's recent conference, reflecting on the legacy of World War II and today's environment.  By Anna Kassai. (07/30/202... Read More...



The Dragon’s Misleading Strategy to the World
The Dragon’s Misleading Strategy to the World

China's strategy after the outbreak of COVID-19.  By Ritika Upadhyay. (07/23/2020)

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Vienna Process: From Culture for Peace to Culture of Peace
Vienna Process: From Culture for Peace to Culture of Peace

Article on the recent Vienna Process Conference and the outcome of the Panel II that dealt with culture and science, arts and sport – notably viewing the long road of Europe from Culture for ... Read More...



Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?
Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?

Analyzing parallels between the Black Lives Matter movement to the Cultural Movement. By Dr. Tao Peng. (07/15/2020)

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Ecuador’s COVID-19 Chaos: Exploring People’s Mentality
Ecuador’s COVID-19 Chaos: Exploring People’s Mentality

Ecuador's current state in battling COVID-19 presents growing challenges moving forward. By Basem Alejandro Bader Rodriguez. (07/07/2020)

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