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Is the West Pushing Moscow Toward Beijing's Arms?

Tensions with the West since 2014 have contributed to Russia’s attempt to “pivot East” and coordinate with China on providing energy supplies. China is already Russian oil’s biggest customer, and in...

From the Archives: Access For All - The Future for Afghanistan

This interview first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 67, No. 1 in the Fall of 2013. Shaharzad Akbar's journey to college was not an easy one. When she was eleven, the Taliban...

From the Archives: An Interview with Lakhdar Brahimi

This interview first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 58, No. 1, in the Fall of 2004. Lakhdar Brahimi is the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General and served as the UN...

From the Archives: Post-Cold War State Disintegration: The Failure of International Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan

This article, by Barnett R. Rubin*, first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 66, No. 2 in the Winter of 1993. Rubin discusses the political destabilization in Afghanistan in ...

From the Archives: Regional Tendencies Rooted In Challenges Of The Past

This interview first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 66, No. 2 in the Spring of 2013. John H. Coatsworth, a leading scholar of Latin American economic and international...

From the Archives: New Directions For A More Prosperous Brazil

This article, by Thomas J. Trebat, first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 66, No. 2 in the Spring of 2013. This article examines whether increasing global confidence in Brazil...

From the Archives: An Interview with Fernando Henrique Cardoso

This interview first appeared in the Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 58, No. 2 in the Spring of 2005. FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO was President of the Federative Republic of Brazil...

LAUNCH EVENT: Special Issue on Disinformation and Contentious Narratives

Join the Journal of International Affairs to celebrate the launch of our 2018 Special Issue on Disinformation and Contentious Narratives at 6:00 PM on Monday, 1 October 2018....

Information Warfare and Information Operations: Russian and U.S. Perspectives

Democracy promotion abroad may contain the seeds of democracy destruction, and perceived democracy destruction may in effect be democracy promotion. This article examines two foundational analyses,...

Master Narratives of Disinformation Campaigns

This essay explores how political disinformation campaigns can gain credibility and force by embedding themselves within “master narratives” of national decline and rebirth. As a case study, it...

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