In: security

Egypt’s Transition towards Democracy: An Unhappy Ending or An Unfinished Story?
October 24, 2016

Guest post by Yasmine Mandour, Member of the IAPSS Student Research Committee on Human Rights and Gender Studies More than three…

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The Impact of Political Sectarianism on the Gulf States Security
May 12, 2015

Over the last decades sectarianism has become one of the main aspects of politics and society in the Middle East and…

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The Impact of Sectarian Politics in the Gulf States Region
May 12, 2015

Over the last decades sectarianism has become one of the main aspects of politics and society in the Middle East and…

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Fracking Europe: The Solution?
February 23, 2015

No non-renewables were used for the production of this article. The exploration of resources in the earth’s shale layer has been…

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The Obamaization of National Security Strategy
February 15, 2015

The first National Security Strategy (NSS) paper of Obama administration came out in 2010 when he was tirelessly seeking a way…

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Challenges in the regional security cooperation of the Western Balkan countries
March 10, 2014

Maintaining regional security cooperation is one of the most important interests of the Western Balkan countries. It is an important factor…

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Of Secrecy and Security: The Practice of Diplomacy in the Age of Leaks
January 15, 2014

Diplomacy has gone through a lot of changes, evolution— particularly in its practice bringing forth its many types which serve to…

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