Post Tagged with: "US foreign policy"

A New Direction? Trump, the Republicans, and the US-Israeli Future

A New Direction? Trump, the Republicans, and the US-Israeli Future

Republican support for Israel is turning away from an activist foreign policy, at least for the foreseeable future.

Review – Asia’s New Battlefield

Review – Asia’s New Battlefield

A comprehensive analysis of the current battle for primacy in the Western Pacific which would be of benefit to students, academics, policy-makers and the general public.

Explaining Donald Trump’s Political Ascendancy

Explaining Donald Trump’s Political Ascendancy

Trump has been able build a coalition of conservative voters angry at the status quo and anxious about the future.

Seaman 3rd Class Eric Nobriga, assigned to Combined Anti-Armor Team 2, hands candy to Afghan children during a patrol in Nawa District, Helmand province, Afghanistan. 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment is one of the ground combat elements deployed with Regimental Combat Team 7, whose mission is to conduct counterinsurgency operations in partnership with the Afghan national security forces in southern Afghanistan.

The Maywand District Murders: Violence, Vulnerability and Desecrating the Body

The extraordinary level of pain and suffering that was inflicted on the body of Gul Mudin and others speaks to the peculiar relationship between violence and the body.

Are We in a Cold War or Not? 1989, 1991, and Great Power Dissatisfaction

Are We in a Cold War or Not? 1989, 1991, and Great Power Dissatisfaction

The end of the Soviet Union served as a juncture from which Western structures spread. Russian dissatisfaction with global order led to assertion of its interests abroad.

Review – Cooperation and Drug Polices in the Americas

Review – Cooperation and Drug Polices in the Americas

A title that offers valuable lessons for scholars and practitioners, challenging traditional views about U.S. cooperation and highlighting the inertia of current policy.

Interview – Emmanuel R. Goffi

Interview – Emmanuel R. Goffi

Emmaneul Goffi discusses the impact drones are having on modern warfare, the centrality of a constructivist perspective to his work, and the myth of ‘supreme sacrifice’.

Moral Responsibility in International Relations: The US Response to Rwanda

Moral Responsibility in International Relations: The US Response to Rwanda

With the evolution of solidarism in the English School, new complexities associated with the concept of moral responsibility are revealed at the state level.

Interview – Nadim Shehadi

Interview – Nadim Shehadi

Nadim Shehadi discusses what lessons from the Iraq War we can apply to the current Syrian conflict, the role of Iran in the Middle-East, and the fight against ISIS.

Interview – Nicholas Kristof

Interview – Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof discusses the Syrian Civil War, the attitudes of US Presidential Candidates towards refugees, and the challenges of reporting from war-torn countries.

Review – The Incubus of Intervention

Review – The Incubus of Intervention

A remarkable account of differences between John F. Kennedy and Allan Dulles that significantly contributes to our understanding of US involvement in Indonesia.

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