By: ADV Authorial Board

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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Turkey and the US Relations
October 3, 2017

There are too many issues that make the US-Turkey relations as difficult as they have never been and over the past few…

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War, feminism and women’s liberation: Misuse of women’s rights to legitimize military intervention
October 1, 2017

“The fight against terrorism is also a fight for the rights and dignity of women.” Laura Bush, 17. 11. 2001 In…

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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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Should Australia change its immigration policies?
August 20, 2017

Silhouette hungry refugee children near the fence with barbed wire — Photo by Prazisss Guest post by Eleni Krikeli, former IAPSS Secretary-General…

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Europe’s dark past returns
July 11, 2017

             Behind the Hungarian government’s campaign against Soros lies a wider resurgence of anti-Semitism in Europe…

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The Monroe doctrine and its legacy in American foreign policy
May 12, 2015

Though some might contest its status of a “super power”, I think that today we can all agree on the fact…

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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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The Greek bail-out negotiations: The moral dimension of debt
March 23, 2015

Editor’s Note: This article is written by our guest contributors Jaakko Hillo[1] and Amy Dunne.[2] “For us it is a moral and…

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Silence.
May 28, 2014

Editor’s Note: this article was written by former ADV author Mikaella Darum. Clearly, my first ever political science professor knew how…

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