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Environmental and Social Risk Management in India

India is considered to be one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change, and is facing impacts on the environment and its people from projects across sectors. This article addresses the role...

The Common Enemy: How the Rhetoric of Fear is Subverting Democracies

Over the past decade, Western democracies have experienced a drastic upsurge of so-called “populism.” Establishment parties warn about it, while mass media bombards us with news broadcasts. The...

Morocco's Contemporary Diplomacy as a Middle Power

The 20th anniversary of the reign of King Mohammed VI of Morocco is a timely opportunity to analyze the interaction between the kingdom and its diplomatic counterparts, in particular how Morocco...

From the Archives: To A British Friend, Are You In Europe?

This article was originally published in the Journal of International Affair's print edition, Vol. 16, No. 1 in 1962. In American colleges and universities we offer courses dealing with many aspects...

Frozen Conflicts and Federalization: Russian Policy in Transnistria and Donbass

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia has employed different policies meant to retain influence in its near abroad, an important one being the instigation and sustainment of frozen conflicts...

From the Archives: Britain's Imperative

This article was originally published in the Journal of International Affair's print edition, Vol. 16, No. 1 in 1962. Britain has just taken the most momentous and far-reaching step in this century...

The Global Gag Rule and Closing Civil Society Space for Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Civil society organizations and activists face an increasingly hostile political, fundraising, and personal security landscape in many countries. Women’s organizing is particularly affected....

Now or Never: A Steuer for the Future

The planet’s changing climate requires immediate and effective action. Most policies that address environmental concerns however are fiscally regressive and have encountered growing public discontent...

Building Trust In Artificial Intelligence

What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a scientific discipline aimed at building machines that can perform many tasks that require human intelligence. AI started more than...

Correctly Valuing the Work of the Future

Changes in business models, technology, and the global integration of economies are having profound impacts on an essential component of society: work. The evolving temporal and spatial organization...

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