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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...

A hammer in search of a nail: EU sanctions and the cyber domain

The 28 EU members states have recently agreed to work toward a sanctions mechanism in an attempt to deter future cyberattacks. Stefan Soesanto argues that such a mechanism will be dysfunctional from...

From the Archives: The Geopolitics of People Power: The Pursuit of the Nation-State in East Central Europe

This article first appeared in the print edition of the Journal of International Affairs, Winter 1992. The cult of the sovereign nation-state has been the central by the seminal ideas of the...

The Balance of Global Public and Private Power: A Tale of Two Worlds

On 25 October 2018, Professor John Ruggie delivered the 10th Annual Kenneth N. Waltz lecture at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. We reproduce his lecture below in its...

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...

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