Muhsin Puthan Purayil analyzes Trump’s summit invitation to Kim Jong-un via Twitter through the lens of public diplomacy.

With economic sanctions becoming an increasingly popular political tool, Alexander Rustler argues that more attention must be paid to these sanctio

With the looming October 31 Brexit deadline, Desmond Lachman emphasizes the catastrophic implications of the UK's departure from the EU both for th

With the planet’s climate at risk, central banks have begun to consider monetary policy that may reduce environmental damage while simultaneously e

Benjamin Moore argues that US recognition of Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan president, an action in stark contrast with the Trump administration's t

Bhaso Ndzendze discusses the scarcity of simplistic hypothesis testing and model-building in studying the relations between China and African state

Professor Richard K. Betts reflects on lessons learned since the Great War and its continuing relevance in today’s foreign policy.

The Russian Orthodox Church announced on 15 October 2018 that it would break communion with the leader of Eastern Orthodoxy, the Ecumenical Patriar

Rogerio Schlegel argues that the popularity of right-wing populist Jair Bolsonaro reflects part of Brazilian society’s deep-seated aversion to equa

Andre Pagliarini argues that at the anniversary of the 1988 Constitution, Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro’s potential election thre