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The North Korean Femme Fatale Duo As a Ma-Kim-avellian Strategy: Beware!
The North Korean Femme Fatale Duo As a Ma-Kim-avellian Strategy: Beware!

A closer look at Kim Jong-un’s charismatic younger sister, Kim Yo Jong.  By April Xiaoyi Xu. (05/08/2018)

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IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott (part 2 of 3)
IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott (part 2 of 3)

In this interview, Meegan Scott (Magate Wildhorse Ltd.) discusses various challenges and processes for developing, implementing, and monitoring strategic plans. (05/07/2018)

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IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott discusses strategic planning (part 1 of 3)
IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott discusses strategic planning (part 1 of 3)

In this interview, Meegan Scott (Magate Wildhorse Ltd.) discusses various challenges and processes for developing, implementing, and monitoring strategic plans. Ms. Scott will be speaking ... Read More...



IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott discusses strategic planning (part 3 of 3)
IA Forum Interview: Meegan Scott discusses strategic planning (part 3 of 3)

In this interview, Meegan Scott (Magate Wildhorse Ltd.) discusses various challenges and processes for developing, implementing, and monitoring strategic plans. Ms. Scott will be spea... Read More...



Airports, Air Traffic and Global Power Transition
Airports, Air Traffic and Global Power Transition

Air traffic measured by passenger volume could be a concrete proxy measure for ‘soft power’. By Mitali Patel. 05/01/2018

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The Syrian Civil War: Analysis of Recent Developments
The Syrian Civil War: Analysis of Recent Developments

Essay examines current situation in the Syrian Civil War. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (04/27/2018)

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Unified Korea – A stepchild of Asia
Unified Korea – A stepchild of Asia

Renewed diplomatic initiative in the Far East, and eventual geopolitical implication of eventual reunification of Koreas.By Prof. Joseph H. Chung. (04/24/2018)

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Conflict, Religion and Foreign Policy: Invoking India-Israel Diplomatic Relationship
Conflict, Religion and Foreign Policy: Invoking India-Israel Diplomatic Relationship

Essay examines aspects of the India - Israel diplomatic relationship. By Saurabh Sharma. (04/20/2018)

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Policy Paper: Towards a Global Health without Canada?
Policy Paper: Towards a Global Health without Canada?

This paper examines what it means for the Canadian government to pay little attention to global health and it formulates a set of four recommendations that, if implemented, will allow Canada to con... Read More...



The End of History? China's Trilateral Triumph
The End of History? China's Trilateral Triumph

Three crucial factors to China's contemporary success. By Benjamin Moore. (03/29/2018)

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Interrogating Nigeria’s Tenth-Rate Development Performance through the Lenses of Institutional Extra
Interrogating Nigeria’s Tenth-Rate Development Performance through the Lenses of Institutional Extra

The factor of institutional extractiveness applied to Nigeria. By Chambers Umezulike. (03/01/2018)

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Sino-Indian Space Deterrence in South Asia: An Asymmetrical Paradox
Sino-Indian Space Deterrence in South Asia: An Asymmetrical Paradox

What lies ahead for space security in South Asia? By Adarsh Vijay. (02/26/2018)

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Climate Change: Unfit for the residual heat
Climate Change: Unfit for the residual heat

Industrial heat constitutes most of the direct industrial CO2 emitted each year. What's being done about it? By Élie Bellevrat and Kira West. (02/25/2018)

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Russia-China Emerging Ties in Asia: Its Implications for US Hegemony (post Cold-War analysis)
Russia-China Emerging Ties in Asia: Its Implications for US Hegemony (post Cold-War analysis)

Paper focuses on the notions of the established partnership between Russia and China and how it contributes to be a potential threat for US’s hegemony in Asia. By Faiza Farid. (02/21/2018)Read More...



China’s Global Ambitions: The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
China’s Global Ambitions: The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

Implications of China's Belt Road Initiative (BRI). By Prof. Sohail Mahmood. (02/18/2018)

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Does Religious Ideology Play a Crucial Role in Motivating Modern Suicide Terrorism?
Does Religious Ideology Play a Crucial Role in Motivating Modern Suicide Terrorism?

In this paper, author explores religious ideology can be regarded as a sufficient and necessary condition for suicide terrorism.  By Sinko Gabor. (02/16/2018)

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Populist Nationalism, Brexit and Trump: Where Marx went wrong
Populist Nationalism, Brexit and Trump: Where Marx went wrong

Examing recent populist movements and Marx's predictions. By Ananya Bordoloi. (02/11/2018)

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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 US Department of State’s Trafficking In Persons Report
The US Department of State’s Trafficking In Persons Report

Analysis of the TIP Report of 2017 by the US Department of State. By Ingrid Stephanie Noriega. (12/29/2017)

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Reflections Upon Iraqi Refugees’ Identity (Book review)
Reflections Upon Iraqi Refugees’ Identity (Book review)

Book review of Madeline Campbell’s nonfiction book, Interpreters of Occupation: Gender and the Politics of Belonging in an Iraqi Refugee Network. By Ingrid Noriega. (12/26/... Read More...



Energizing India: Discovering the current status quo and the scope for future development
Energizing India: Discovering the current status quo and the scope for future development

India’s new renewable energy schemes. By Ayush Banerjee. (12/22/2017)

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Russia the Invincible. But Weak?
Russia the Invincible. But Weak?

Is Russia's power status a facade? By Otabek Akromov. (11/27/2017)

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An Everyday Approach to Political Economics
An Everyday Approach to Political Economics

What is political economics? An overview. By Traci J. Seltzer. (11/17/2017)

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China and the Race for a New Form of State
China and the Race for a New Form of State

Will China emerge as the model for a new form of state?  By Timothy Bovy. (11/16/2017)

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Shavkat Mirziyoyev or Lee Kuan Yew of Uzbekistan?
Shavkat Mirziyoyev or Lee Kuan Yew of Uzbekistan?

Comparing leaders Shavkat Mirziyoyev of Uzbekistan and Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew.  By Otabek Akromovy. (11/15/2017)

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Constructivism in International Relations
Constructivism in International Relations

Paper examine Constructivism and argues that it is not a theory, but rather an ontology. By Amel Ouchenane. (11/15/2017)

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Is Lenin Still In? The 100 years after the October Revolution
Is Lenin Still In? The 100 years after the October Revolution

Reflecting on Russian communism on the anniversary of its revolution. By Eric Mann. (11/12/2017)

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