By: ADV Authorial Board

A World Ruled by Strongmen
May 10, 2018

A World Ruled by Strongmen The rise of personalist authoritarian strongmen: “Who cares about democracy?!” Guest post by Seden Anlar, member…

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China in Africa: Examining China through a “Maoist” and “Gramscian” lens
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Tshepo Masita Over the past decade, China’s foreign policy has focused on rapidly intensifying its engagement with Africa. The rapid rise…

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The Syrian Crisis: Hurdles to Achieve Political Settlement
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Tamer Mahboub  Since the beginning of diplomatic endeavors regarding the political settlement trajectory of the ongoing conflict in…

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Lessons from the past: The U.S.-South Korea alliance should proceed with caution
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Ian Fleming, Member of IAPSS SRC on Conflict Security & Crime On March 8 2018, Chung Eui-yong, the South Korean…

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The challenges of the 2030 Agenda in global governance
February 22, 2018

Guest Post by Alberto Vélez Valdés, Vice-Chair of the Student Research Committee on International Law and Governance.  The 2030 Agenda for…

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Trump’s House Of Saud: A Constellation Of Business Warriors
February 10, 2018

Guest Post by Mohsen Solhdoost American foreign policy conventional wisdom has been generally defined by either liberal interventionists, endeavouring to spread…

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Japan and South Korea: the security competition within reluctant cooperation
February 10, 2018

Guest Post by Esther Brito, member of the IAPSS Conflict, Security & Crime Student Research Committee. Japan and South Korea have a…

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Reshaping global governance: who governs? The role of Latin America in the G-20
December 30, 2017

Guest post by Ludmila Quirós, member of the Student Research Committee on Latin American Politics. Within a decade, two financial crisis hit…

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Immigration and the rise of European populists
November 16, 2017

The true force propelling populism in Europe is not immigration. The German elections sealed a cycle of elections in Europe and…

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Deep-rooted crisis in the US Turkish Relations
November 11, 2017

During the speech Obama made in Turkish Parliament in 2009, he noted that “Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid sent a marble plaque that…

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