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Blunting China’s Bid for Primacy

Blunting China’s Bid for Primacy

By Andrew Latham “There is little doubt then that the Western and Chinese foreign policy communities have come to see the “rising China” phenomenon in...

DISPLACING A NATION: What Led to (and Caused) the Gaza-Israel Catastrophe

By Dan Steinbock The Hamas-Israel War did not come out of the blue. It has devastated Gaza and displaced its people. It could result in...

A Disintegrating “New Old World” Between Final Surrender and Necessary Re-foundation

By Tommaso Visone This article aims to analyse the ongoing disintegration of what Perry Anderson called the “New old world” in order to show how...

What Led to the Gaza-Israel Catastrophe? The Nightmare after 50 Years of Failed Military...

By Dr. Dan Steinbock The Hamas-Israel War did not come out of the blue. And it is not just paving the way to the destruction...
Nation States

Nation States Must Comply with Their Responsibility to Protect Ukraine Against the Russian Federation’s...

By Charles H. Camp, Kiran Nasir Gore and Lilia Chu The UN Charter, signed in 1945, reflects the international community’s collective transnationalist view that unilateral...
Currencies in the Post-dollar Era

Toward BRICS Currencies in the Post-dollar Era

By Dr. Dan Steinbock In the BRICS Summit, a key item in the agenda was the further development of new and complementary reserve currencies...
corridor connectivity

From the Middle Out and Bottom Up: The Belt and Road Initiative at 10...

By Xiangming Chen The year 2023 marks the tenth anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a transcontinental connectivity project launched by China in...
cold war

The New Cold War: Struggle for Global Domination (Part 2)

By Kalim Siddiqui This is part 2 of this series of articles on the New Cold War. (Link to Article Part 1) Kalim Siddiqui concludes...
sustainable maritime

Sailing the Future Together: Working towards a Sustainable Maritime Industry

By John Louis B. Benito "Sustainable Development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet...

The Study of International Political Economy

By Kalim Siddiqui I. Introduction The study of the international political economy refers to an interdisciplinary academic subject area of study that analyses economics, politics and...

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