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LAUNCH EVENT: The Fourth Industrial Revolution on 4 Feb 2019

Join the Journal of International Affairs to celebrate the launch of our newest issue on The Fourth Industrial Revolution at 6:30 PM on Monday, 4 February 2019.  The event...

A Mahanian Vision for the Post-COVID Era: Challenges and a Way Forward

Alfred Thayer Mahan was an evangelist of sea power in the study of geopolitics. The essence of his vision was that sea power serves as the crux for the United States (U.S.) to control and influence...

Re-envisioning the Future of Asian Regionalism in the Post-COVID-19 Era

The COVID-19 pandemic has made clear that global health crises are geopolitical events with far-reaching and long-lasting effects across the globe. It creates prodigious disruptions across economic,...

Enhancing Trade Facilitation through ICT: Progress and Roadblocks for the Philippines

In October 2016, the Philippine government reaffirmed its commitment to advancing cross-border trade by successfully ratifying the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA)...

Mitigating Instability in the Energy Market: What’s in it for India?

In a historic first, global energy markets witnessed the crude oil price plunge to sub-zero levels. While oil-producing nations are likely to face budgetary crises due to the ongoing market meltdown...

Administrative Inconsistencies Frustrate U.S.-North Korean Affairs

Rumors of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s ill health has reinvigorated discussion amongst international affairs experts on how the U.S. should handle North Korea. Although the issues of peace and...

Using Data for Financial Inclusion: The Case of Credit Bureaus in Brazil

In developing economies, the COVID-19 crisis will be a catalyst for technology-enabled solutions, and for FinTech in particular. It has been a year since Brazil began to regulate its use of positive...

Natural Gas and War in Mozambique

Mozambique’s two civil conflicts are both results of the country’s defining challenge: managing its transition into becoming a fossil fuel economy. Since the 2009 discovery of massive natural gas...

The Challenge and Necessity of US-China Technology Cooperation

Despite rising tensions, the United States and China must find a way to foster cooperation and mutually beneficial collaboration. This will take increased transparency, new bilateral agreements, and...

Amicable Ties Between North Korea and WIPO: A Model for Constructive Engagement?

The World Intellectual Property Organization has maintained amicable relations with North Korea for decades and is now one of the most favorably viewed international organizations in the isolated...

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