Achieving a promotion at CEFAM is exciting as it often offers the chance to continue enjoyable parts of a job whilst further developing skills in people management and getting more involved with a fantastic faculty.
As the world watches the Obama Administration fumble its way through a decision about Syria, it is striking just how far the US has fallen in its relative place as a unipolar hegemon.
While the face-to-face course remains the most popular choice for students at CEFAM, a new online course has attracted a small group of students for the coming semester.
After a summer break, which saw some publishing projects come to fruition, CEFAM soon begins its Orientation program. Like every semester, it brings with it new opportunities, new challenges and, of course, new students.
There is a disconnect between political science research and practical policy outcomes. This will continue until there is a real movement to break the elitist nature of academic ivory towers.
Until the debate addresses the structural bases of violence in Israel and the role of military service within it, the myth of a safe proliferation of weapons will continue.
A recent article on e-IR examined some of the metatheoretical implications of Waltz’s 1979 Theory of International Politics. Though an excellent analysis, there are some points to add.
A new understanding of competition between elite groups may be the best way to foster the rule of law in Cambodia after the re-election of the People’s Party.