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28 SepAn American Contradiction


In the beginning of the 1950s, the opposition between East and West began operating on the scale that defined it for…

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07 SepCyber conflict: Addressing new challenges in cyber space and state response in the age of uncertainty


Guest post by Esther Brito, Member of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on Conflict, Security and Crime In recent years, cyber…

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20 AugShould Australia change its immigration policies?


Silhouette hungry refugee children near the fence with barbed wire — Photo by Prazisss Guest post by Eleni Krikeli, former IAPSS Secretary-General…

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22 JulUS-Taiwan’s Special Relationship


Taiwan’s political status is, in a sense, uniquely linked to the United States and the center of attention of Chinese authorities….

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11 JulEurope’s dark past returns


             Behind the Hungarian government’s campaign against Soros lies a wider resurgence of anti-Semitism in Europe…

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08 JunHow Trump’s Middle East Policies Foster Uncertainty


“Defense first, diplomacy last, development never – and don’t even ask about democracy” (New Republic 2017)

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25 MayNormalizing xenophobia in Europe


Many Europeans rightfully rejoiced at the defeat of Marine Le Pen in the French Presidential elections. Both Le Pen’s nationalist rhetoric…

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21 MayEU’s grand 60: Too big to unite, too small to fall apart


¨Europe will be forged in crises, and will be the sum of the solutions adopted for those crises.˝ Jean Monnet

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30 AprThe attack on Syria and the new chapter of the western imperialist hypocrisy


Aggression is the use of armed force by a State against the sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence of another State,…

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28 AprA ‘Populist’ Guide to Europe’s 2017 Elections


The elections of March 15th in The Netherlands officially opened the long season of electoral consultations scheduled in many EU Member…

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