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.
This is an exciting time for the entirety of human civilization, it is important for all parties in the planning of the forthcoming human expansion into outer space.
Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is worryingly tenuous, but there is the potential for it to develop into a robust international norm.
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.
By comparing and analysing the counter-radicalisation strategies of the three countries, disparate approaches are revealed that all contain some degree of effectiveness.
The three levels of analysis can explain why contention can emerge when political issues are securitized such as the securitization of the Iraqi regime and US invasion.
UN Resolution 1325, although not yet a complete success, can and should be used as a starting point to work for gender equity and towards a violence-free world.
With the expansion of drone warfare the demand for a renewal of just war theory has arisen, and the framework of jus as vim may prove a viable alternative.