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Opinion – Taiwan Could Be to China What Canada Is to the US

If Beijing were willing to learn from the American example, it could pave the way to a relationship with Taiwan comparable to that of the US with Canada.

Jus Post Bellum and Responsibilities to Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Jus Post Bellum and Responsibilities to Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Pope Francis draws on jus post bellum to demand that states who intervene militarily in the affairs of others, take responsibility for those displaced by intervention.

The PNAC (1997-2006) and the Post-Cold War ‘Neoconservative Moment

The PNAC (1997-2006) and the Post-Cold War ‘Neoconservative Moment

The PNAC represented the post-Cold War neoconservative moment, and played a vital role in the intellectual revival of neoconservatism during the second half of the 1990s.

How Cyberspace Changes International Conflict

How Cyberspace Changes International Conflict

The international system is ill equipped to create regulatory mechanisms that inhibit and control state action in Cyberspace, much less the myriad other actors that can wield such violence.

Unbordered Rights: The Geography of Cyberspace

Unbordered Rights: The Geography of Cyberspace

World-scale political geography is shifting as new actors become mediums for power within the system, revealing complexity by adding Cyberspace onto the political geography of international space. 

What Does the Death of the INF Say About the US’ Friendships?

What Does the Death of the INF Say About the US’ Friendships?

The US had ample opportunity to consult on its policy and strategy and have instead chosen a course of action which threatens the stability of historic alliances.

Review Feature – The US Foreign Policy Consensus in Crisis

Review Feature – The US Foreign Policy Consensus in Crisis

Richard Coughlin analyses Kagan and Walt’s decade old debate on IR theory, the clash between realism and liberalism and how it ties into modern politics in the Trump era.

The Post-Khashoggi US-Saudi Relationship and the Limits of a Moral Response

The Post-Khashoggi US-Saudi Relationship and the Limits of a Moral Response

The U.S – Saudi relationship began in the 1970s and the death of Mr. Khashoggi threatens future cooperation. If HR 7070 is passed, American security assistance would end.

Herbert C. Hoover and Poland, 1929–1933: Between Myth and Reality

Herbert C. Hoover and Poland, 1929–1933: Between Myth and Reality

The US approach towards Poland and Polish matters during Hoover’s presidency in the context of East Central European policy was extremely important, yet hardly archived.

American Policy towards Czechoslovakia, 1918–1945

American Policy towards Czechoslovakia, 1918–1945

Despite calls for support from Czechoslovak democratic forces, the U.S. showed no intentions of increasing its influence in the republic following both World Wars.

A Middle Path? US Public Opinion and Grand Strategy

A Middle Path? US Public Opinion and Grand Strategy

A closer examination of recent public opinion date actually shows that the American people favor a “middle path” rather than either of the two preferred grand strategies.

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