Sri Lanka and Rwanda elicit a sense of victimhood upon which their respective foreign policies have been built.
NGOs and IGOs
Whilst Nigeria’s history of colonialism can partly explain the difficulties of achieving a functioning federalism, its ‘resource course’ is also a significant hindrance.
The absence of preemptive and positive complementarity in the ICC’s proceedings is the largest obstacle to creating a lasting benefit for African state judicial systems.
To correctly assess contemporary reevaluations of development theory, we must understand its origins and their effect on how the global community views development today.
The technological intensification of the communication channels across the globe will trigger the need for governing the democratic aspect of cross-border communications.
The global expression of human rights found in the UDHR contains an implicit touch of Christian values.
From a realist perspective, the impressive devotion of top-troop contributors to UN Peacekeeping is rooted in several political, professional, and economic motivations.
Constructivism captures the political nature of the climate change issue and is able to put it in its respective historical and social context.
Critical approaches can not only identify the flaws of neoliberalism but also possible contradictions between neoliberalism as a concept and how institutions perceive it.
The practice of rebuilding ‘failed’ or ‘failing’ states is ethically problematic. It overlooks human security and is too focused on Western institutional standards.
While global energy governance is fragmented, the international community is striving for more cooperation with emerging consumer economies and producing economies.
While the AU has done much to remedy the weaknesses of the OAU, there remains a long path to successful integration, peace and security, and tangible economic benefits.