In: security

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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Analysing Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in contemporary times
May 27, 2018

The implicit assertions made by erstwhile US Presidents- Bush and Clinton Administrations with regard to the emerging security threat from Weapons…

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The fate of the Iran nuclear deal
May 17, 2018

The ink on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) of 2015, has barely dried yet the fate of the…

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Security implications of moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem a hot spot for the Israeli-Palestine conflict
May 17, 2018

On 06 December, the President of the United States (US) announced his decision to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv…

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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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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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Towards (Dis)Information Securitization?
January 15, 2017

Guest post by Gergana Tzvetkova, Chair of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on IR Theory We live in dynamic times of fluidity…

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The Contradictory Nature of the Democratic Peace Theory with Liberal Values
November 27, 2016

Guest post by Pinar Temocin, Member of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on IR Theory Considering the dynamics of current political…

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Burkinis and The Politics of Insecurity
October 25, 2016

At the end of the Cold War, the concept of security was subjected to an academic redefinition and a certain consensus…

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