In a complex panorama, the global financial architecture for climate change is an evolving issue, where actors and rules are constantly engaging in transformation.
Robert J. Bunker discusses the greatest lessons learned from counterinsurgency, forms of insurgencies, and what is being done to counter Latin American cartels and gangs.
A title which maps out the state of the art within the field, while also providing insights on how to challenge prevailing conceptual and theoretical approaches.
Eye in the Sky fails to explore the real utilitarian calculations of the US Coalition drone programme.
Soft power, unless blended appropriately with hard power, cannot insert influence in international relations and serve as an effective diplomatic tool.
An evaluation of cost-benefit calculations made by terrorists reveals that the decision to use terrorism is procedurally, though not necessarily substantively, rational.
The publication of TiSA’s negotiating mandate represents an effort to increase transparency, used by negotiators as a stepping stone towards expanding the EU’s win-set.
Pressure should be increased to create a strong international organisation that harnesses political will and keeps on the path to mitigating the effects of climate change.
Nixon’s policy towards Cambodia was treacherous because of the political implications in Washington and the tragic consequences in Cambodia.
Fragile national identities can become embodied and even dependent upon flags, and flags will continue to be a major stumbling block to desecuritisation.
The study of cosplay is important as it informs the study of gender performance and popular culture narratives.
The current state of posthuman IR is better described as that of different, less-anthropocentric, world views – many of which do not speak to each other.
Regions of Ukraine have their own singular histories and what is lacking is a unifying narrative and common “heroes” during a time of prolonged crisis.
The complex relationship between the Al-Sauds and Wahhabism creates policy dilemmas for the Saudi government on multiple levels.
The increase in cardiovascular diseases represents an imminent threat to the most vulnerable populations, particularly women, children, displaced people and migrants.
Governance of cyberspace is alike a Panopticon: as modern threats of terror arise on the web, current governments strive to incorporate invasive surveillance online.
As Australia is obligated to create a peaceful culture by creating policies which include asylum seekers and refugees, its human rights violations cannot continue.