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Cyberspace: Conundrum of Peace and Security for Democratic Institutions

Ever since the 2016 U.S Presidential elections articles and analyses are being made on the effect of the cyberspace in influencing and impacting international...

The Dangerous Illogic of Twenty-First-Century Deterrence Through Planning for Nuclear Warfighting

Within the next five years, the world will face for the first time since the early 1970s a world without meaningful formal arms control...

Multilateralism and the Populist Agenda: A Historical Perspective

A Trending Uncertainty A major outcome of the recent rise of populism exhibited in numerous Western nations is protectionism, which represents a reversal of policy...

Scrapping Iran Deal Sets Wrong Precedents for Global Non-Proliferation Regime

The Iran nuclear deal – or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – finalized in 2015 after almost 15 years of intense diplomacy, between...

Global Ethics, an Elusive Dream

According to The World Bank , 766 million people survived on only $1.90 a day in 2013, and 1.5 billion people suffered a form...

Scramble for Arctic: The Potential for Conflict and Great Power Rivalry

The Arctic is the area around the North Pole.  It includes northern parts of the USA (Alaska), Canada, of Russia, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland,...

The Role of Dialogue in International Relations

Does dialogue resolve conflicts? The most emphatic answer is yes because dialogue is a peaceful way of discussing the friction points of the parties...

Demagogue Populism and the Future of the International System

In every époque, political systems have evolved, progressed and in other cases destroyed themselves. In the 21st century, one event has been labelled as...

‘Lone Wolf’ or Part of a Pack? How Lonely and How Successful are Attacks...

The list of so-called lone wolf terrorist attacks in both the West is long and has always been long. However, recent years have seen...

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