There is no escaping the correlation between resource abundance and poor economic performance. The resource curse is political and brought on by poor policy decisions.
Heroic narratives, through their use of language in particular, intentionally obscure the resort to force that is used during humanitarian military interventions.
Britain often had little choice but to concede that the constitutional independence of its dependencies was inescapable.
The Minsk Protocols have gradually paved the road toward peace, but serious problems remain both in the formulation and implementation of the agreement.
When adding up the potential benefits and impediments, Iran will unlikely upgrade its current civilian nuclear programme to a military nuclear weapons programme.
Since the end of the Cold War, development in Egypt, meant to promote sustainability and good governance, instead created a society based on political and economic gain.
Since its inception the legitimacy of the European integration project has been questioned; a true European identity is needed to legitimise the EU.
Sino–Russian relations are better today than at any point throughout their troubled history, due to the structure of the inter-state system and domestic factors.
Depicting how certain assumptions are constructed, constructivism is useful to unveil that the security threat of migration is socially produced.
China’s rise in space power, and the United States’ interpretations of that rise, force us to reflect on how threats are constructed and perceived.
It is crucial to sustainable peace that elections are not seen as opportunities to engage in hostile takeovers, but instead allow for peaceful power transitions.
It is possible that nuclear negotiations with Iran will continue to prove fruitless and will continue on for an indefinite time.