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Of Brexit, Bailouts and Ballots
Of Brexit, Bailouts and Ballots

Examining the impacts of Brexit. By Collins Chong Yew Keat. (06/18/2022)

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A consequential election for global food security: IFAD’s Presidential Elections
A consequential election for global food security: IFAD’s Presidential Elections

Author examines the strong roster of IFAD Presidential candidates, pointing to Raychelle Omamo as the best choice. By Mumukshu Patel. (06/16/2022)

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The torture in the next room: the morally and strategically deficient policy response of the West on Ukraine
The torture in the next room: the morally and strategically deficient policy response of the West on Ukraine

Author calls for strong economic pressure against Russia and military support to end the conflict in Ukraine as quickly as possible. By Andreas V. Georgiou. (06/03/2022)

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E pluribus melior?  How to Approach the Threat of Societal Rifts
E pluribus melior? How to Approach the Threat of Societal Rifts

Author explores the reasoning behind and functioning of federalist democracies worldwide, and includes suggestions as to how to move forward from situations of upheaval.  By Alexander Loengarov. (0... Read More...



Misfiring Countermeasures and Declining Deterrence Impact
Misfiring Countermeasures and Declining Deterrence Impact

North Korea's sabre rattling and regional impacts.  By Collins Chong Yew Keat. (05/20/2022)

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Ethiopia’s Ethnic Federalism System Prevents Sustainable Peacebuilding
Ethiopia’s Ethnic Federalism System Prevents Sustainable Peacebuilding

Ethiopa's ethnic federalist system impairs the path to peacebuilding. By Elizabeth Linsenmayer. (05/15/2022)

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2020s: A Plagued Decade or Turning Point in an Age of Oppression?
2020s: A Plagued Decade or Turning Point in an Age of Oppression?

Author reflects on the 2020s and calls for change. By Ghada Sasa. (05/11/2022)

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Climate Change Is Also a Major Casualty of the War in Ukraine
Climate Change Is Also a Major Casualty of the War in Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine raises the question, again, why the world fails repeatedly to sets its priorities in the right order. By C.J. Polychroniou. (04/19/2022)

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What is to be done: burning issues for Western democracies regarding Ukraine
What is to be done: burning issues for Western democracies regarding Ukraine

Current key failures by Western democracies to help Ukraine and what's needed to apply pressure on Putin's Russia.  By Dr. Andreas V Georgiou. (04/18/2022)

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Pakistan Troubling Condition Under Imran Khan
Pakistan Troubling Condition Under Imran Khan

Relections on the dire state of Pakistan under Imran Khan. By Sohail Mahmood. (04/13/2022)

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Of Energy and Dependencies in Europe
Of Energy and Dependencies in Europe

Analysis on the recently launched Energy incentives and greening programs, as initiated in Europe/EU. By Leyla Mammadova. (04/11/2022)

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Central Asia: pivoting with the pivot
Central Asia: pivoting with the pivot

What are the geopolitical realites faced by Central Asia today? By Mohammad Ali Zafar. (03/30/2022)

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The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back
The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back

Reflections on U.S. migration detention crisis.  By Madison Adams. (03/28/2022)

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Emotions and Unlearnt Lessons – Ukraine and Beyond
Emotions and Unlearnt Lessons – Ukraine and Beyond

Author examines how current events in the Ukrainian-Russian scene are depicted in mainstream Western media, what this teaches us about our way of looking at international affairs, and how we can tr... Read More...



Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?
Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?

In reality, California does not actually have a detailed roadmap for slashing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfill the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius... Read More...



Ukraine Invasion: A Dress Rehearsal for More of the Same Around the Globe
Ukraine Invasion: A Dress Rehearsal for More of the Same Around the Globe

Unless thwarted, the Ukrainian invasion by Russia can offer a blueprint for authoritarian states to seek expansion. By Dr. Andreas V Georgiou. (03/07/2022)

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Let’s Have a Fast Cracking Glass Ceiling in Global Banking
Let’s Have a Fast Cracking Glass Ceiling in Global Banking

By Mumukshu Patel. (03/08/2022)

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Two Birds, One Trillion-Dollar Stone: Could Climate Change Solutions Answer Australia’s COVID-Debt Prayers?
Two Birds, One Trillion-Dollar Stone: Could Climate Change Solutions Answer Australia’s COVID-Debt Prayers?

The intersection of Australia and climate change, COVID, and economic growth. By Metta Chalapati. (03/02/2022)

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No, Your Zoom Meeting Will Not Be Enough To Address Business’ Impact on the Climate
No, Your Zoom Meeting Will Not Be Enough To Address Business’ Impact on the Climate

Business travel's effect on climate and the need for immediate action.   By Michael Mitole. (03/02/2022)

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The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: The East-West Divide and NATOs Inadequate Strategy
The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: The East-West Divide and NATOs Inadequate Strategy

Author argues that the invasion of Ukraine has marked the modern solidification between Western and Eastern Europe and confirms that NATO can’t comprehend Russia or revisionist powers.  By Samuel D... Read More...



Reimagining Climate Change Cooperation
Reimagining Climate Change Cooperation

To meet the U.N. climate goals, the U.S. and China need some healthy competition.  By Kathlina Brady. (02/25/2022)

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Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?
Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?

In reality, California does not actually have a detailed roadmap for slashing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfill the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius... Read More...



The World’s Ongoing Trash Crisis That Keeps Piling Up
The World’s Ongoing Trash Crisis That Keeps Piling Up

Managing trash is a global issue but the Global North continuously redirects its trash to the Global South. By Ayesha Shaikh. (02/04/2022)

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Are Western countries responsible for the severity of COVID-19 in LIDC’s?
Are Western countries responsible for the severity of COVID-19 in LIDC’s?

Author argues that the international community needs to make a fundamental change to rules and regulations on global public health, particuarly in the context of low-income and developing countries... Read More...



Killing Nature Must Be Treated as a Crime on a Par with Genocide and War Crimes
Killing Nature Must Be Treated as a Crime on a Par with Genocide and War Crimes

The time has come for drastic measures to protect the environment and save the world from a climate catastrophe. By C.J. Polychroniou. (01/03/2022)

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Build Back Better World (B3W): A Tool for Checking Chinese Influence in Latin America
Build Back Better World (B3W): A Tool for Checking Chinese Influence in Latin America

The new Build Back Better World (B3W) initiative by the G7 is more advantageous than the Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America and the Caribbean. By James McKenna. (12/27/2021)

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How Feminist Foreign Policy Can Fight Gender-Based Violence
How Feminist Foreign Policy Can Fight Gender-Based Violence

Author argues that a Feminist Foreign Policy can benefit women and human rights. By Rachel Hirsch. (12/21/2021)

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With the Failure of Politics, People Are Waking Up to the Realization That They Have a World to Win
With the Failure of Politics, People Are Waking Up to the Realization That They Have a World to Win

People everywhere are waking up to the realization that they must fight to organize the world in such a way that there is a sustainable future for humanity and the planet. By C.J. Polychroniou. (12... Read More...



India arrogates Sun Tzu to upstage China - a satire
India arrogates Sun Tzu to upstage China - a satire

The Indian government’s responses to China’s calculated advances into Indian territory have been assuming undertones of frailty. This satire on this issue deduces that New Delhi is arrogating China... Read More...



Hidden Champion from Eastern Europe
Hidden Champion from Eastern Europe

The President of Moldova fights corruption.  By Júlia Costa de Araújo. (11/04/2021)

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