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The Czech Elections – fighting for the political and cyber space
The Czech Elections – fighting for the political and cyber space

What's behind the emergence of the Czech Pirates Party? By Dr. Binoy Kampmark. (11/06/2017)

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Two angry children with lit matches on the brink of causing destruction
Two angry children with lit matches on the brink of causing destruction

Looking at the U.S.-North Korea nuclear situation. By Tahi Izumi. (10/30/2017)

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Long story of Kurz: ‘Austria You will be Macronised’
Long story of Kurz: ‘Austria You will be Macronised’

Sebastian Kurz's rise and what a Chancellorship would mean for Austria, and the EU. By Max Hess. (10/19/2017)

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Trump’s Iran Policy Only Hurts the US
Trump’s Iran Policy Only Hurts the US

The dangers in decertifying the Iranian deal.  By Shannon Tawoos. (10/16/2017)

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Nawaz Government and the Pakistan Military: A Note on Current Politics
Nawaz Government and the Pakistan Military: A Note on Current Politics

A view into Pakistan's Nawaz government and its relation to the county's military power center. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (10/12/2017)

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Germany that kills itself and Europe
Germany that kills itself and Europe

The true economic and political picture is not so rosy, meaning elites are not able to lead the EU proactively. By Michael dr. Logies. (09/28/2017)

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Naval Convergence between Pakistan and Sri Lanka: Implications for India
Naval Convergence between Pakistan and Sri Lanka: Implications for India

What are the implications of newly developing naval diplomacy between Pakistan and Sri Lanka for India? By Dr. Adarsh Vijay. (09/14/2017)

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Bridge over Troubled Waters
Bridge over Troubled Waters

A growing maritime dispute between Croatia and Bosnia is being neglected by the EU. By Dr. Enis Omerovic and Adil Kulenovic. (09/12/2017)

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N Korea again: US caught napping, war a real threat
N Korea again: US caught napping, war a real threat

They say war is a sin, but sometimes, a necessary one. America must declare an all-out war in case all else fails. By Sartaj Chaudhary. (09/06/2017)

 

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Trouble in Paradise
Trouble in Paradise

The policy cracks nurtured under the Harper government have not disappeared under the stewardship of Justin Trudeau. By Dr. Bruce Mabley. (09/05/2017)

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Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: The slow crawl from Ethnic Politics to Party Politics
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: The slow crawl from Ethnic Politics to Party Politics

The FYR-Macedonia has made its first step towards a politics characterized by a war of ideas instead of a war between ethnicities.By Albert Pali . (08/31/2017)

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Will BRICS Build the New Syria?
Will BRICS Build the New Syria?

Will BRICS be the funding source for reconstructing Syria? By Elio Azar. (08/25/2017)

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Monumental policy- Russia and Eastern Europe
Monumental policy- Russia and Eastern Europe

What are Russia's aims?  By Brad Settlemeyer. (08/22/2017)

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Scramble for Africa: China's Intervention into Africa
Scramble for Africa: China's Intervention into Africa

What are the impacts of China's economic interests in Africa ? By Brad Settelmeyer, (08/03/2017)

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The New Frontiers of National Defense
The New Frontiers of National Defense

How can African countries tackle the security challenges posed by cyber-attacks and pandemics? By Lewi Negede Lewi. (08/01/2017)

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The Return of Good Policies for Bad Reasons: Populism and Industrial Policy
The Return of Good Policies for Bad Reasons: Populism and Industrial Policy

In a world where people are disillusioned by the status quo, can industrial policy present alternatives that re-empower governments to mold and direct their economies?  By Amanda Janoo. (... Read More...



Why The UK Needs HMS Queen Elizabeth
Why The UK Needs HMS Queen Elizabeth

The United Kingdom joins the major nations in the world by having a tool to achieve deterrence, diplomatic obligations, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. It is about time. By Danny Hawkins. (07... Read More...



When National Policies Collide with the World
When National Policies Collide with the World

Examining nationalism around the world and repurcussions. By Brad Settelmeyer. (07/19/2017)

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WMD: A Case Study on Nuclear Terrorism
WMD: A Case Study on Nuclear Terrorism

Essay analyzes the WMD threat and offers preventive measures to mitigate the threat. By Shakthi De  Silva. (07/17/2017)

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Diamer Bhasha Dam: Islamabad’s Gambit with Beijing for Water Security
Diamer Bhasha Dam: Islamabad’s Gambit with Beijing for Water Security

Issues and complications surrounding Pakistan's Diamer Bhasha Dam. By Prof. Adarsh Vijay. (07/14/2017)

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Countering the Narrative of Political Corruption as an Obstacle to Nigeria’s Economic Development
Countering the Narrative of Political Corruption as an Obstacle to Nigeria’s Economic Development

The major challenge to Nigeria’s development is not political corruption but a lack of direction. By Chambers Umezulike. (06/22/2017)

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Blasting its way into no future: Spiraling insecurity amidst political chaos in Afghanistan
Blasting its way into no future: Spiraling insecurity amidst political chaos in Afghanistan

Security issues plague Afghanistan's problematic National Unity Government. By Chayanika Saxena. (06/17/2017)

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'Schindler List' for Southeast Europe
'Schindler List' for Southeast Europe

Pakistanisation as the Final Solution for the Balkans? By Prof. Zlatko Hadžidedic. (05/08/2017)

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The return of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar: A homecoming that doesn’t feel like one
The return of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar: A homecoming that doesn’t feel like one

What does the return of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of what had been the second largest militant group in the Afghanistan, mean for the country? By Chayanika Saxena. (05/08/2017)

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The Demise of NAFTA – Canada’s Silver Lining
The Demise of NAFTA – Canada’s Silver Lining

What's the fallout in Canada from recent NAFTA rumblings from President Trump? By Dr. Bruce Mabley. (05/04/2017)

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The US Unilateral Strike against Syria: Another Missed Test on the Credibility of the Theory of Resp
The US Unilateral Strike against Syria: Another Missed Test on the Credibility of the Theory of Resp

Analyzing the theory of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) in the context of the recent US strike against Syria.  By Dr. Ilja Richard Pavone. (05/05/2017)

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Who Needs Dysfunction in the Balkans?
Who Needs Dysfunction in the Balkans?

Is a total redesign of the existing state boundaries in the Balkans warranted? No, argues Zlatko Hadžidedic. (04/27/2017)

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Democracy Versus Dictatorship As Africa’s Best Model of Governance
Democracy Versus Dictatorship As Africa’s Best Model of Governance

Africa must look to further democratization. By Chambers Umezulike. (04/13/2017)

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Deterring North Korea
Deterring North Korea

How should North Korean sabre rattling be dealth with? By Sartaj Chaudhary. (04/07/2017).  First appearing in The Tribune India.

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Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut
Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut

The WFP needs to flourish in these trying times to control world hunger and thirst. New Executive Director Gov. David Beasley needs to do just that. By M. Patel. (03/29/2017)

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