Matthew A. Hill
Academics are constantly being asked to play white coated experts in the media, dispensing pearls of 20 second segmented wisdom about a particular issue. Whether or not what they say is intelligent is another matter.
The failures to develop stable democracies in Afghanistan and Iraq have shaped the study of U.S. democracy promotion.
Are USAID’s beans the culturally neutral beans of the world? Do they ‘do no harm’? Or, are they grown in excessive numbers by US farmers?
Romney has been quite vocal in his push for energy independence in North America by 2020. This has more to do with generating domestic economic growth than America’s national security.
A feminist analysis of international relations is often placed at the end of a university module syllabus. How could a gender discussion be better incorporated into a module syllabus?
During World War II, the Pacific Islands were an area of great power rivalry between the otherwise allied Britain and the United States The catalyst for this rivalry was the expansion of civil and military aviation.
The term ‘conservative’ has been branded by politicians as a framework which allows them to peddle their political positions.
I have faced a number of difficulties, as all researchers do, when designing, developing and implementing a project. How do I obtain my data, for example, or will I have significant findings?