Militaries and police forces can win wars, but the television and cinematographic industries are critical components that will determine whether or not they will be remembered as heroes.
Professor Escudé talks about his peripheral realism, the fallacy of anthropomorphism, what’s wrong in Venezuela, and argues to separate theory and practice.
A timely volume that details what we have learned from a long history of attempts to govern sovereign debt, and which is bound to be a reference for debates yet to come.
Authors are invited to submit papers for an open access Edited Collection titled ‘New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World: National, Transnational, and International’.
Gender-based violence has been dismissed as a natural consequence of war: there is a need to develop jurisprudence and understanding of gender within international law.
With the exponential rise of civilian casualties in modern warfare, political assassination could serve as an effective, more ‘humane’ means of humanitarian intervention.
The example of the PLO’s terrorist campaign against Israel demonstrates that terrorism is unlikely to be an effective tool to achieve political goals.
While the maturation of its praxes allowed the EU to enter the thus defined peacebuilding space, it is its unique nature that brings value to global peacebuilding.
As the most important and powerful upstream country in Asia, China becomes imperative to any cooperation on water-related issues.
The Twenty Years’ Crisis by E.H. Carr and The Three Guineas by Woolf are considered seminal texts in the study of IR, yet their relevance to the present is in question.
This new blog focuses on the geopolitical implications of Britain’s decision to leave the EU, providing a forum for critical analysis and discussion of diverse global issues and outlooks on Brexit.
Brexit is merely an early skirmish in the battle for Europe. Further conflicts are coming.
As long as the world does not pay attention to the Kashmiri narrative, Kashmir will see many more periods of agitation, disruption and protest.
We live in an era of the devaluation of knowledge in which the difference between ‘truth’ and ‘lies’ does not count anymore; this makes electorates prone to populism.
Unless citizens are willing to problematize their own position, power and safety, they must accept that they are not willing to take the Refugee Question seriously.