Articles

Opinion – Protest, Interrupted? Climate Activism During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Luis Hestres • Aug 4 2020 • Articles

Covid-19’s impact on climate activism is obvious. How can climate activists execute a mass mobilization-based strategy in a social distancing context?

Reframing Globalization: COVID-19 and 21st Century Institutional Retreat

Carlos Frederico Pereira da Silva Gama • Aug 4 2020 • Articles

Under the aegis of a transformational pandemic we are either on the verge of planetary transformation or in the throes of inept leaders.

Fear and the Security Dilemma in Jawaharlal Nehru’s Political Thought

Ameya Pratap Singh • Aug 3 2020 • Articles

Building on Nehru, it is time to stop treating fear as merely an epiphenomenon of material or discursive factors.

NGOs and States in Global Politics: A Brief Review

Sarah Stroup • Aug 3 2020 • Articles

The NGO research community should resist attempts by the still-state-centric International Relations subfield to caricature the complex dynamics of NGO-state relations.

Opinion – The Ongoing US-China Propaganda Battle

Roie Yellinek • Aug 2 2020 • Articles

The West must accept that China is not monolithic and the bigger picture must be discussed to find appropriate answers.

The Transformation of Political Life in Belarus

David R. Marples • Aug 2 2020 • Articles

Despite the arrest of hundreds of people, including two of the main opposition candidates, will Europe’s last dictator, Aliaksandr Lukashenka, fall in the upcoming election?

Opinion – What does the Sino-Indian Dispute Mean for Nepal?

Gaurav Bhattarai • Aug 2 2020 • Articles

Owing to Nepal’s geostrategic location, cultivating relations with one country at the expense of the
other, may be counterproductive.

The Challenges and Inconsistencies of the Iran-Pakistan Relationship

Nadeem Ahmed Moonakal • Jul 31 2020 • Articles

Pakistan faces a dilemma as it can neither overtly side with the US nor can support Iran as both options will lead to far-reaching security and economic consequences.

The Ideological Securitization of COVID-19: Perspectives from the Right and the Left

Ugo Gaudino • Jul 28 2020 • Articles

The protection of physical safety, above all in times of pandemics, appears to be a mutually shared national security issue to treat in an objective and rational fashion.

Opinion – The Politics of Inclusion in Myanmar’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement

Ephraim Bassey Emah • Jul 28 2020 • Articles

The agreement could yield negative results for the politics of the country if it fails to achieve effective inclusion of different ethnic groups.


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