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Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West

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By Andrew Wilson Andrew Wilson discusses his latest book: Ukraine Crisis: What it means for the West. He contends that the book is actually about...

Writing Theory from the South: The Global Order from an African Perspective

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By Jean Comaroff & John L. Comaroff Western thought has, from the first, regarded the non-West as a place of antiquarian traditions and unprocessed data....

Learning to Live in the World Instead of Ruling It

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By John Grant So how should Americans live in this new world? That’s the crossroads we’re at, the question at hand. Some advocate a very...

360 Degrees of Leadership

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Interview with Deborah Winslow Nutter In today’s increasingly interconnected world, the lines dividing business, politics, security, trade and finance are becoming ever more blurred....
Nation States

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

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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...

China’s New Global Role: President Xi in Washington and the UN

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By Dan Steinbock The recent Washington summit took the US-China bilateral relations onto a new level, while President Xi’s UN visit gave a glimpse...

Betting Big on CPEC

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By Xiangming Chen, S.K. Joseph and Hamna Tariq With the launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), one fundamental question to ask is if this...

Guerilla Incursions from the Boondocks: “Anti-Americanism” in the Philippines. President Duterte’s Subaltern Counter-Hegemony

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By E. San Juan Jr.   “A howling wilderness” was what General Jacob Smith ordered his troops to make of Samar, Philippines. He was taking revenge...

An Unsettling New Normal for India-Pakistan Relations

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By Michael Kugelman and Vandana Seth In the coming months, all-out war between the two nuclear-armed rivals is unlikely. However, prolonged tensions are ensured while...
US Dollar

The Bilateral Swap Agreements, Chinese Currency and the Demise of the US Dollar

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By Dr. Kalim Siddiqui I. Introduction I examine here the role of China’s bilateral swap agreements (BSAs) and the internationalization of its currency Renminbi (RMB). A...

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