Netflix’s “The Rain” has been released at the beginning of a new era of insecurity for the notoriously peaceful nation of Sweden.
By Contributor on May 27, 2018
Alexis Tsipras said that many EU leaders recognize the need for Europe to create its own institutions to deal with problems, instead of relying to outside help such as the IMF.
By Contributor on May 25, 2018
With Iran and Israel coming perilously close to the risk of war, now is the time to support reform in Iran.
By Contributor on May 24, 2018
A satirical commentary on the feasibility of a return to the divine right of kings in light of a perceived decline of the rule of law.
By Contributor on May 22, 2018
Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-un may be strategic for U.S. foreign politics in the face of strengthening relations between North Korea and Iran.
By Contributor on May 18, 2018
The UK’s decision to leave the EU, in particular, has initiated a set of centrifugal forces in the relationship between the UK and its Territories.
By Contributor on May 17, 2018
The U.S. should not neglect Turkey’s security concerns in Syria, while Turkey must be ready to see the Kurdish people play a role in Syria’s political transition.
By Contributor on May 6, 2018
While Italians have grown more Eurosceptic in these last few years, the reality is that even today most of them would not be prepared to leave the European Union.
By Contributor on April 25, 2018
The disruptions caused by technology will be particularly damaging for societal justice, where all countries already face challenges.
By Contributor on April 24, 2018
Britain has been, to quote Stephen George, an ‘awkward partner’ with warm feelings for European integration only present among pockets of society.
By Contributor on April 20, 2018
Turkey’s fight against the YPG and capture of Afrin serves as a catalyst for the expansion of Turkish power in Syria and puts poor Turkish-U.S. relations at further risk.
By Contributor on April 17, 2018
Japan is taking preemptive actions to normalize relations with North Korea in light of the upcoming summit talks between Kim and Trump, and negotiations with South Korea.
By Contributor on April 4, 2018
Much has been done and there will be a lot of pressure to reach an agreed withdrawal, but the hurdles are likely to make for another fraught year in British politics.
By Contributor on March 28, 2018
Turkey has entered Syria’s Afrin district to combat the YPG in order to guarantee security at the border as well as its place at the table of Syrian peace talks.
By Contributor on March 22, 2018
Authoritarian regimes are assessed through their use of judiciaries to give legitimacy to autocratic rule, reinforcing the importance of the separation of powers doctrine
By Contributor on March 8, 2018
While many view Russian use of the Gray Zone as a strategic conundrum, such conflicts can logically lead to open warfare.
By Contributor on March 7, 2018
The annual UK – French Summit was held last month at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, coming at a time when European defence could go one of two ways. Either the present model continues, based …
By Contributor on February 27, 2018
Lawlessness is not just a state of mind. It is institutional ineptitude, grandstanding, and otherwise efforts to keep the law from being properly enforced.
By Contributor on February 23, 2018