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Oppressing Islamists and Domestic Insecurity in Egypt and Tajikistan

Oppressing Islamists and Domestic Insecurity in Egypt and Tajikistan

Is the oppression of Islamists a mobilizing factor for mass mobilization against the state? The case studies of Egypt and Tajikistan provide interesting insights.

Terrorists or Freedom Fighters: A Case Study of ETA

Terrorists or Freedom Fighters: A Case Study of ETA

The ETA’s armed struggle was a necessary component of retaliating against the Spanish government’s Basque oppression, and therefore, they are freedom fighters.

( Brazil Jose Rubens De La Rosa, Russia Sergey Katryrin, SA Patrice Motespe, India Onkar Kanwar, China MA Zehua ) Chairmen of the BRICS countries during the media briefing at the first meeting of the BRICS Business Council held at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg. 20/08/2013

“The Turn of the Screw”: The Impact of Globalisation on Global Governance

Globalisation has strained the present system of global governance due to the influence of emerging economic powers and a deficit in legitimacy.

Unmasking the Colombian Peace Accord: FARC Strategy in a Never-Ending Conflict

Unmasking the Colombian Peace Accord: FARC Strategy in a Never-Ending Conflict

The recent peace agreement between the Columbian government and FARC guerrillas is unlikely to end the conflict as it comes directly from the FARC strategy.

Is Ethnic Conflict Avoidable?

Is Ethnic Conflict Avoidable?

Until the international community prioritises human security over the security of the state, leaders will continue to avoid intervening in conflicts without individual gains.

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.

2013. 06. 27.

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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.

State-Building in Kosovo – Challenges of Legitimacy

State-Building in Kosovo – Challenges of Legitimacy

In the years since the 1999 NATO intervention to end violent conflict in Kosovo, state-building efforts have faced numerous challenges of legitimacy.

IPE and Transnational Criminal Law: An Imperfect Yet Fruitful Relationship

IPE and Transnational Criminal Law: An Imperfect Yet Fruitful Relationship

Transnational criminal law can contribute to the field of International Political Economy through the integration of ideas related to international financial crime.

The Emperor’s New E-Clothes: State Sovereignty in the Cyber-era

The Emperor’s New E-Clothes: State Sovereignty in the Cyber-era

Cyberspace actors operate outside the bounds of the traditional social contract, but cyber sovereigns could emerge under a new conception of sovereignty.

Hezbollah: At the Crossroads of Religion and Politics

Hezbollah: At the Crossroads of Religion and Politics

Hezbollah is at a crossroads in Syria, where its web of identities is in danger of coming undone.

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