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The Recent Development of Samoa
The Recent Development of Samoa

Analysis of Samoa's current development.  By Kennedy Murray. (05/12/2022)

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Interview with Noam Chomsky: To Tackle Climate, Our Morality Must Catch Up With Our Intelligence
Interview with Noam Chomsky: To Tackle Climate, Our Morality Must Catch Up With Our Intelligence

In this interview, scholar-activist Noam Chomsky grapples with the consequences of this short-term thinking amid escalating military tensions.  By C.J. Polychroniou. (05/12/2022)

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Our Natural Market: Coupling Environmental Conservation with Sustainable Development
Our Natural Market: Coupling Environmental Conservation with Sustainable Development

Looking at the impacts of climate change, focusing on efforts in Palu and Rwanda to combat it.  By Justin Gulino. (05/12/2022)

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Women’s Rights in Japan
Women’s Rights in Japan

Author analysis women's rights and Japan and offers suggestions to improve it. By Beihao Chen. (05/11/2022)

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Taking a Step Back: What Vietnam Can Teach us about International Development
Taking a Step Back: What Vietnam Can Teach us about International Development

Analysis of Vietnam's development and how it successes may be implemented elsewhere.  By Ian Cook. (05/11/2022)

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Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam: A Series of Decisions that Ultimately Limited Diplomatic Option
Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam: A Series of Decisions that Ultimately Limited Diplomatic Option

Analyzing Kennedy’s Foreign Policy in Vietnam.  By Taoxi Xie. 05/06/2022

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Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees: A Unique Case of Czech Solidarity
Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees: A Unique Case of Czech Solidarity

The Czech Republic's response to handling the Ukrainian refugee crisis and what can be appled elsewhere.  By Barbora Lehká. (05/06/2022)

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Ukrainianization of Europe or Europeanisation of Ukraine
Ukrainianization of Europe or Europeanisation of Ukraine

The looming crisis over Ukraine. By  Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/04/2022)

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On the collapse of supply chains and their impact on food security and the energy sector
On the collapse of supply chains and their impact on food security and the energy sector

Analyzing the state of Energy & Food security in light of Russian aggression in Ukraine. By Kobby Barda. 05/04/2022

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The Arms are Fair
The Arms are Fair

How did the free world let the Ukrainian invasion happen? By Sartaj Chaudhary. (04/30/2022)

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Clausewitz and Contemporary Warfare
Clausewitz and Contemporary Warfare

Reflections on Clauswitz's philosophy on war and its relevance today.  By Mohammed Ali Zafar.  (04/27/2022)

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Parallel Track on Developmental Issues: Western China and Southern Sudan
Parallel Track on Developmental Issues: Western China and Southern Sudan

Essay analyzes the right to development, particularly those in rural and vulnerable categories (females, children, indigenous).  By Cheng Huang.  (04/26/2022)

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Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture
Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture

With the recent terror attacks in Israel as a starting point, this essay focuses on reactions to extreme violence in conflict situations and on how they contribute to mutually exclusive narratives.... Read More...



Key to Ukraine: Re-calibration, contextualization, de-escalation
Key to Ukraine: Re-calibration, contextualization, de-escalation

Analyzing strategic arms control in a light of the escalating crisis over Ukraine. By Alexander G. Savelyev and Olga M. Alexandria.  04/21/2022

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Strategic Planning: Interview with Dr. Llyr Jones
Strategic Planning: Interview with Dr. Llyr Jones

Dr. Llyr Jones, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses developing an effective strategic plan, parti... Read More...



Cultural and Art Diplomacy - The Example of Portugal's Consulate-General in Newark, New Jersey (United States)
Cultural and Art Diplomacy - The Example of Portugal's Consulate-General in Newark, New Jersey (United States)

Case study examines the Art of Diplomacy, focusing on the example of Portugal's Consulate-General in Newark, New Jersey. By Dr. Jorge Marinho, Júlio Ventura, Guilherme Guimarães. (04/14/2022)

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Strategic Planning: Interview with Timothy Jaiyeoba
Strategic Planning: Interview with Timothy Jaiyeoba

Timothy Jaiyeoba, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses Strategic Foresight and sustainability conc... Read More...



Nuclear weapons at the crossroads: Study of India- Pakistan nuclear deterrence
Nuclear weapons at the crossroads: Study of India- Pakistan nuclear deterrence

Examining India and Pakistan's need for nuclear deterrence. By Mir Basit Sajad. (04/12/2022)

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Strategic Planning in a Right Now World: Interview with David Booth
Strategic Planning in a Right Now World: Interview with David Booth

David Booth, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses the challenges of strategic planning in a 'Right... Read More...



International Consortium of Think-Tanks launch the “Europe in Asia’s Century” in Bucurest
International Consortium of Think-Tanks launch the “Europe in Asia’s Century” in Bucurest

Examining the recently launched Process – Europe in Asian Century, looking for a broader participatory base and partnership rings with verity of stakeholders from multiple continents. By Marcela Ga... Read More...



Strategic Planning: Interview with Dr. Rebecca Sutherns, Sage Solutions
Strategic Planning: Interview with Dr. Rebecca Sutherns, Sage Solutions

Dr. Rebecca Sutherns, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses collaborative strategic planning and ch... Read More...



Strategic Planning: Interview with Patricia Lustig
Strategic Planning: Interview with Patricia Lustig

Patricia Lustig, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses the use of data and developing an effective ... Read More...



After February’s Dire IPCC Report, the Green New Deal Is More Urgent Than Ever
After February’s Dire IPCC Report, the Green New Deal Is More Urgent Than Ever

Two leading climate activists — Margaret Kwateng, a national Green New Deal organizer at Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, and Ebony Twilley Martin, co-exec... Read More...



Strategic Planning in a 'Right Now' World: Interview with Dr. Nick Hadjinicolaou
Strategic Planning in a 'Right Now' World: Interview with Dr. Nick Hadjinicolaou

Dr. Nick Hadjinicolaou discusses strategic planning in the current 'right now' environment.  (03/23/2022)

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Migrations - Old Problem, New Causes (European Policy Outlook)
Migrations - Old Problem, New Causes (European Policy Outlook)

Examining  new causes of an old phenomenon – (forced) Migrations. By Anna Lia Maria Soddu.  (03/19/2022)

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Business Strategy: Interview with Robin Speculand
Business Strategy: Interview with Robin Speculand

Robin Speculand, appearing soon at the ASP 2022 Global Conference, discusses developing an effective business plan for a ... Read More...



The Olde Oak
The Olde Oak

Excerpt from climate change themed children's book, The Budgies of Fairborne Farmes.  By Nicole Pylawka. (03/15/2022)

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IA Forum Winter 2022 - Climate Change and Energy
IA Forum Winter 2022 - Climate Change and Energy

This issue of International Affairs Forum presents interviews, essays, and opinion pieces discussing Climate Change and Energy. 03/15/2022

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Interview with Noam Chomsky: A No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Could Unleash Untold Violence
Interview with Noam Chomsky: A No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Could Unleash Untold Violence

Noah Chomsky discusses the Ukraine-Russia War and related issues from post-World War II global architecture.  By C.J. Polychronou. (03/11/2022)

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Has Constructivism Become More Feasible with International Relations? A Study of the 21st Century
Has Constructivism Become More Feasible with International Relations? A Study of the 21st Century

Author discusses how and why constructivism is becoming more feasible with international relations and contributing more to international relations theory.  By Mir Basit Sajad. (03/09/2022)

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