The 2003 invasion of Iraq clashed with the longstanding standards set forth by the Just War theory, and any attempt to defend it as such is a misinterpretation of the concept of Just War.
Despite disadvantages inherited from communist regimes, it is possible for nations to modernize their economies, but those with the least repressive regimes have fared the best.
Although the Games are an under-explored phenomenon in IR, they represent one of the longest-standing forums for global interaction in our world.
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions is at the centre of emancipatory, grassroots activism in Zimbabwe, providing potential for a democratic, anti-neoliberal future.
China’s water policies will increase regional and international tensions, but will also prevent China’s economy from stalling, which could destabilize the entire international system.
Human rights are inherently paradoxical and changeable. In this respect, there is a need to rethink human rights based on difference, rather than sameness.
After partition, many local and familial loyalties remained but for most, and particularly for the East Bengali refugees, lives and loyalties were changed irrevocably
China is rapidly expanding into the Western Hemisphere. While this is a challenge, treating it as a threat may be detrimental to American security and interests via the creation of a self-fulfilling prophecy.