Foreign Policy

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The Depiction of Climate Change as a Threat Multiplier and How It Hinders Action

The Depiction of Climate Change as a Threat Multiplier and How It Hinders Action

Framing climate change as a security threat has little potential to combat the effects of climate change correctly while supporting climate action.

The Capability-Expectation Gap in EU Foreign Policy after the Lisbon Treaty

The Capability-Expectation Gap in EU Foreign Policy after the Lisbon Treaty

Although the Lisbon Treaty increased the capabilities of the EU in foreign policy, the expectations from the EU have increased as a result.

Cybersecurity: A National Security Issue?

Cybersecurity: A National Security Issue?

Cybersecurity is a crucial national security issue that must be governed through an approach that combines relevant technical aspects with insights from the humanities.

The Impact of China’s OBOR Initiative on Australia’s Geopolitical Realities

The Impact of China’s OBOR Initiative on Australia’s Geopolitical Realities

The IPE analytical model demonstrates that China’s OBOR initiative is a sophisticated strategy that potentially solves several of China’s economic and political dilemmas.

Promoting Democracy in Serbia — The Limits of EU Conditionality

Promoting Democracy in Serbia — The Limits of EU Conditionality

Despite the EU’s use of conditionality, Serbia remains far from constituting a consolidated democracy, and recent trends suggest it may be backsliding.

President Park Geun-hye (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands after holding a joint press conference on June 27 at the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing.

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Is China Using the AIIB to Reinvent Asian Regionalism?

China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will not reinvent Asian regionalism as we know it today and will instead strengthen existing regional ties.

The Crimean “Precedent” and Unrecognized States in the Post-Soviet Space

The Crimean “Precedent” and Unrecognized States in the Post-Soviet Space

Crimea is a relevant precedent in the Post-Soviet space, and Russia’s role in the conflicts and politics of unrecognized states in the region.

Anti-Smuggling Operations in the Central Mediterranean

Anti-Smuggling Operations in the Central Mediterranean

This essay addresses the challenges raised by the uncertainty of the legal framework and the dubious practices of operations dealing with migrant smuggling into the EU.

From ‘Globocop’ to ‘NoGoCop’: Intervention, R2P & Sovereignty in the Chinese Era

From ‘Globocop’ to ‘NoGoCop’: Intervention, R2P & Sovereignty in the Chinese Era

The differences between China and the US with regards to Responsibility to Protect are based on their understandings of sovereignty and legitimate authority.

A Comparison of Private Security Contractors & State-Based Armed Forces

A Comparison of Private Security Contractors & State-Based Armed Forces

Private security contractors are on the rise in military conflicts. Are they different to state-based troops?

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