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Japan and South Korea: the security competition within reluctant cooperation
February 10, 2018

Guest Post by Esther Brito, member of the IAPSS Conflict, Security & Crime Student Research Committee. Japan and South Korea have a…

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Food Waste and Food Security in the United States: What Can Be Done?
January 25, 2018

In 2016, Global Finance Magazine ranked the United States as the country with the most important gross domestic product in the…

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Reshaping global governance: who governs? The role of Latin America in the G-20
December 30, 2017

Guest post by Ludmila Quirós, member of the Student Research Committee on Latin American Politics. Within a decade, two financial crisis hit…

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International Organization of la Francophonie (IOF): humanist values against globalization
December 3, 2017

In a time where globalization has sadly become commonplace, standardization has inevitably become a main part of our societal, political and…

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Immigration and the rise of European populists
November 16, 2017

The true force propelling populism in Europe is not immigration. The German elections sealed a cycle of elections in Europe and…

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France’s New Anti-Terrorism Law: What to Expect from It?
November 14, 2017

The French territory has been under the state of emergency since the end of 2015, being extended six times as the…

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Deep-rooted crisis in the US Turkish Relations
November 11, 2017

During the speech Obama made in Turkish Parliament in 2009, he noted that “Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid sent a marble plaque that…

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CIA money laundering during the Cold War to finance modern art
November 2, 2017

Julius Fleischmann made his fortune in a fashion increasingly common in the first half of 19th-century America: he inherited it. The…

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Russia’s “Zapad”: What to Expect from It?
October 15, 2017

Leaving behind the ghosts of the Cold War era, Europe now faces the challenges of a globalized world. Russia no longer…

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How did it happen: North Korea’s quest for legitimacy and the threat to security and peace
October 9, 2017

Guest post by Ian Fleming, member of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on Conflict, Security and Crime.

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