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Advancing Human-Rights-By-Design In The Dual-Use Technology Industry

It is no secret that technology companies have greased the wheels for human rights abuses around the world backed by a global web of private sector support and investment that has yielded significant...

The Ungovernability of Digital Hate Culture

Social media and the Internet play an important role in the proliferation of hateful and extreme speech. Looking to contemporary networks of digitally mediated extreme right-wing communication, this...

From the Archives: The Dangerous Rise of Populism - Global Attacks on Human Rights Values

This article originally appeared in the Journal of International Affairs' Special 70th Anniversary Issue in 2017. The global rise of populists poses a dangerous threat to human rights. Human rights...

China’s Arms Sales Philosophy in the Arab World

The United States remains the largest arms dealer in the Middle East, but over the past four decades China has emerged as a “Plan B” to meet arms demand in the region. Al Saud discusses how...

The Job Terminator? Automation, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

The upcoming G-20 summit in Argentina prioritizes the future of work, searching for ways to meet the challenges of a digitized economy. Francisco Rivera-Batiz analyzes the economic and policy...

The G20 in a Zero-Sum World

It has been ten years since the Group of Twenty (G20) became the world’s premier forum for global economic cooperation. Arguably, it has had a successful decade. Yet, instead of celebrations, the G20...

South Korea’s Options amidst a US-China Trade War: Opportunities and Risks

As a trade war mounts between the United States and China, South Korea has found itself caught in the middle. Seunghyun Han assesses the ways in which South Korea can mitigate risks to its...

Sino-US Relations at a Crossroads: Shandong’s Importance at the Centenary of World War I

The epoch-making failure of the Versailles conference to address legitimate Chinese concerns and reconstitute Chinese sovereignty over Shandong unleashed social energies that continue to shape the...

Russia’s Mission

A decade ago, influential Russian analysts concluded that the emergence of a multipolar world was inevitable, and that Russia could benefit from this transition by adopting a strategy that combined...

From Berlin to Moscow

This article first appeared in the print edition of the Journal of International Affairs, Spring 1977. Just before relinquishing office, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger observed that...

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