Post Tagged with: "power politics"

Review – Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East

Review – Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East

Hashemi and Postel dissect the links between sectarianism and power politics in the Middle East, making their study a must-read for students of the Arab revolutions.

Review – The New Power Politics: Networks and Transnational Security Governance

Review – The New Power Politics: Networks and Transnational Security Governance

Through a balance of quantitative and qualitative methods this volume links formal network analysis with an innovative conception of power as a dynamic element.

Silencing a Supranational Court: The Rise and Fall of the SADC Tribunal

Silencing a Supranational Court: The Rise and Fall of the SADC Tribunal

Why did South Africa, a progressive democratic state that claims respect for human rights and rule of law collude with the autocratic Zimbabwean government in stifling the SADC Tribunal?

Realist-Liberal Divide? Power & Progress in a World in Transition

Realist-Liberal Divide? Power & Progress in a World in Transition

Scholars and public commentators need to integrate the insights of the realist logic of struggle for domination and security, with the liberal logic of political development and change.

A Message from Moscow: Russian Power and the Conflict with Georgia

The ongoing conflict in the South Caucasus is far more than just another example of ethnic strife in the region, Russian aggression or the last stages of the unraveling of the Soviet Union. Wrapped up in this conflict are many of the major issues which have defined international politics in that part of the world for a decade and which will likely continue to define those politics for at least another decade.

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