With functional and participatory institutions, South Sudan may well reclaim itself as a diverse nation within the regional and international environment.
Thomas Pogge answers questions about global poverty, achieving a just global redistribution of income, John Rawls’ legacy, and his book World Poverty and Human Rights.
Resende and Budryte’s innovative volume brings a fresh approach to the study of trauma and memory in IR, although ultimately fails to propose a coherent research agenda.
Syria’s strong patrimonial military has no incentives to break with the regime. Until such incentives exist, the uprisings will probably fail.
Encouraging apolitical activities focused around the common concerns of communities holds great potential to foster reconciliation in post-atrocity contexts.
To ignore the internal dynamics that determined the political boundaries of the Middle East is to overlook the region’s power to shape policy.
The impulse that drove America to look to China was brought about by harsh economic realities, and ideological considerations would consistently take second place.
Pohl’s exceptional analysis of the EU’s CSDP disputes traditional realist arguments that it exists to counter-balance the US.
Ukraine’s future depends as much on the US, NATO, and EU as on the strength of the interim government in terms of its ability to deter Russian aggression.
It’s the final week of classes at CEFAM for the Spring semester. It’s been a hard and tiring semester. Bring on the Summer, and soon.
Cubitt’s analysis of post-conflict reconstruction in Sierra Leone offers a unique case study for the critical and empirical examination of liberal peace-making.
A religion-based, Ottomanistic definition of Turkish identity not only challenges the Kemalist roots of the state but also contributes to a postmodernisation of them.
The US strategic “pivot” to India can be a source of stability to India-China relations, depending on how India’s foreign policy balances both US and China.
Preserving a working relationship is a priority for both the US and Iraq despite both being on relatively different regional policy tracks.
A nuclear and emboldened Iran engaging in small conflicts presents an acute threat to security because the threat of inadvertent escalation is so dangerous.