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Case Studies of Contemporary Diplomacy of China, India, and the US
Case Studies of Contemporary Diplomacy of China, India, and the US

Examing cases of contemporary diplomacy.  By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. 08/04/2021

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Past Century Revisited
Past Century Revisited

Examining the past century and looking ahead to the future.  By Dr J Scott Younger. (07/28/2021)

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Understanding Brunei’s Approach to Diplomacy in Myanmar
Understanding Brunei’s Approach to Diplomacy in Myanmar

Contrary to public opinion, Brunei has not committed a “diplomatic gaffe” as ASEAN chair.  By Moez Hayat. (07/16/2021)

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Thoughts on Regionalism and the Idea of a World Government
Thoughts on Regionalism and the Idea of a World Government

Essay describes two articles, namely All Politics is Regional by Andrej Krickovic and The Resurgent Idea of World Government by Campbell Craig, discuss the likel... Read More...



Great Power Competition: What Is In It For Djibouti?
Great Power Competition: What Is In It For Djibouti?

Analyzing the impacts of Great Power Competition between the U.S. and China on developing countries such as Djibouti. By Alexander J. Teynor. (05/04/2021)

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Corruption and Injurious Innovation
Corruption and Injurious Innovation

Analyzing different forms of innovation and corruption.  By J Mac Ghlionn. (03/23/2021)

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Corruption in Northern India: Can Blockchain Technology be used to help address the problem?
Corruption in Northern India: Can Blockchain Technology be used to help address the problem?

Examines corruption in India, particularly in the northern states, and the prospect of using blockchain technology to combat it. By J Mac Ghlionn. 03/16/2021

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“Atman Nirbhar Bharat” - Economic Crises and Self-Reliance in the COVID-19 Pandemic
“Atman Nirbhar Bharat” - Economic Crises and Self-Reliance in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Essay analyzes the impact of Covid-19 on the economic priorities of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  By Shareen Joshi, Siddharth Muchhal, Connor Brennan, Ria Pradhan, and Joyce Yang. 02/27/20... Read More...



The Future of Democracy: In Peril?
The Future of Democracy: In Peril?

In this new issue of International Affairs Forum, experts around the world discuss the future of democracy and challenges it faces. February 2021

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How South Korea’s foreign policy will shift in the Biden Era
How South Korea’s foreign policy will shift in the Biden Era

As the Biden era has begun, South Korea hopes to improve its relations with the United States despite the ongoing US-China conflicts and the North Korean issue. Seunghyun Han examines the Biden adm... Read More...



Fearful New World. Towards a geopolitics of unknown fears
Fearful New World. Towards a geopolitics of unknown fears

Despite recent events, fear has been growing for decades despite data suggesting that the rational evidence-based reasons for those fears do not match such escalation.  By Prof. ... Read More...



Defending the Liberal World Order: A Winning Strategy or a Folly?
Defending the Liberal World Order: A Winning Strategy or a Folly?

Thoughts on an Atlantic Council event discussing Global Strategy for a Changing World and recommendations for moving forward.  By James Stockmal. (12/10/2020)

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Prognostications and Icarus In Flight
Prognostications and Icarus In Flight

Reflections on the COVID-19 era and leveraging its lessons for progress.  By James Stockmal. (12/07/2020)

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Authoritarism in the 2020s
Authoritarism in the 2020s

An analysis about the recent rise and potential role of authoritarianism in the 2020s, with an emphasis on how that may shape the foreign policy of the United States.  By Michael Spilg. (... Read More...



ASEAN at Crossroads: Nonaligned Movement has no alternative
ASEAN at Crossroads: Nonaligned Movement has no alternative

Examining the forthcoming global realignment triggered by the conformation of China and the US and its impact on Asia. Author presents a proposal to revisit chapters of Bandung and NAM. Prof. Anis ... Read More...



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Spring 2017 IA Forum - Populism in the Digital Age and Cyber Security

Experts from around the world present their thoughts on Populism in the Digital Age and

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Where do we go from here? – revisiting words of Steve Clemons
Where do we go from here? – revisiting words of Steve Clemons

Highlights from panel discussion during the Diplomatic Academy Vienna's recent conference, reflecting on the legacy of World War II and today's environment.  By Anna Kassai. (07/30/202... Read More...



Towards the pan-European Recalibration
Towards the pan-European Recalibration

 An interview with Dr. Zeno Leoni at the Vienna Process Conference.  By Chloé Bernadaux.  (07/20/2020)

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IA Forum - The Post-Pandemic World
IA Forum - The Post-Pandemic World

In the latest issue of International Affairs Forum, experts from around the world examine aspects of a post-Pandemic globe. 07/21/2020

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Brazil does not give up Culture and Creativity, Solidarity and Lives
Brazil does not give up Culture and Creativity, Solidarity and Lives

Refelecting on Brazil in the light of COVID-19. By Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg. (07/17/2020)

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Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?
Can the BLM movement be equated with China’s Cultural Revolution?

Analyzing parallels between the Black Lives Matter movement to the Cultural Movement. By Dr. Tao Peng. (07/15/2020)

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Enlarge views – Europe is en/large enough
Enlarge views – Europe is en/large enough

Reviewing the recent talk by former Sec-General of the Vienna-based OSCE, and the current High Commissioner on National Minorities in Europe at the recent IFIMES conference, “From the Victory... Read More...



Game Theory Analysis of Various Scenarios in Hong Kong Post-2047
Game Theory Analysis of Various Scenarios in Hong Kong Post-2047

Author presents a game theory analysis of scenarios for the future of Hong Kong after the year 2047.  By Aditya Sharma. 07/01/2020

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The OIC World for a Safer Planet
The OIC World for a Safer Planet

The OIC and its Rapid Reaction Capacitation in times of new asymmetric challenges. By  Amb. Ali Goutali and Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (06/14/2020)

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Social Media’s Impact on the International Relations
Social Media’s Impact on the International Relations

Social media's increasing influence on the world and its ramifications.  By Fulin Wang. (05/21/2020)

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Solidarity in the Time of a Pandemic
Solidarity in the Time of a Pandemic

Essay describes the international position of the European Union, the United States compare to other powers (China, and Russia) and their idea of solidarity in the time of a pandemic.  By... Read More...



The post-Corona epilogue of an overheated Sino-American relationship
The post-Corona epilogue of an overheated Sino-American relationship

We have a winner; will we have a game-changer too? By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/01/2020.

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Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19
Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19

Author calls for an urgent Session of the UN Security Council in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic, explaining why non-permanent members should take a leading role. By Elizabeth Deheza. (04/2... Read More...



The Shadow of Sinophobia
The Shadow of Sinophobia

How bigoted anti-China sentiments are hurting the West during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Ziyu He and Huaan Liao. (04/27/2020)

 

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Can the West Answer China & Russia’s Challenge to the West’s Claim to Embody Universal Values?
Can the West Answer China & Russia’s Challenge to the West’s Claim to Embody Universal Values?

Does the West have an answer to China and Russia’s challenge to the West’s claim to embody Universal Values?  By Timothy Bovy. (04/21/2020)

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