In: international relations

À la guerre comme à la guerre by Gergana Tzvetkova
August 20, 2019

At war as at war, the French saying goes. The adversaries should expect everything and be ready to use all kinds…

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History of USA’s relationship with International Criminal Court
October 23, 2018

The Clinton Administration signed the Rome Statute in 2000, but did not submit it for Senate ratification. The George W. Bush…

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War, feminism and women’s liberation: Misuse of women’s rights to legitimize military intervention
October 1, 2017

“The fight against terrorism is also a fight for the rights and dignity of women.” Laura Bush, 17. 11. 2001 In…

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Cyber conflict: Addressing new challenges in cyber space and state response in the age of uncertainty
September 7, 2017

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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The attack on Syria and the new chapter of the western imperialist hypocrisy
April 30, 2017

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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Don’t Let ISIS Get Away With Genocide
April 25, 2017

„Don’t let ISIS get away with Genocide”, demanded human rights lawyer Amal Clooney in her speech on March 9, 2017, at…

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Out of Male Shadows: The Clooney’s, Marriage, and Militarism
April 5, 2017

“Behind every successful man there is a woman” is a well-known expression which forces some critical thinkers of us to ask:…

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“Let’s Start A Clash of Civilizations!” – 2016 Terror Trends Revisited
January 19, 2017

“Or, Maybe, Let’s Not Give Them What They Aspire?”   Every year, decade, and generation will be remembered for certain things,…

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Turkey and the International Authoritarian Moment
November 13, 2016

Arguably, authoritarianism and populism are some of the two nowadays most discussed concepts.[1] In his March 2016 Defense One article, Manu…

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Democratic standards and the role of international observers in Haiti’s elections.
April 5, 2016

Despite being the first country to have independently developed in Latin America – whose anniversary of 212 years of independence was…

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