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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...

Letter From the Editors

Walls are going up. Trade deals are going down. And regional unions are crumbling apart.   Does the rise of nationalism threaten the future of ...

Emerging markets and the hiking cycle: this time, really, it may be different

Given that more than fifteen years have passed since the last meaningful global tightening cycle, we believe it is pertinent to look at the emerging markets today and ascertain how the changes in...

Letter from the Dean

There may be no greater challenge facing humanity today than that of Climate Change. It raises complex and far-reaching questions with the potential to impact every sector of society and the global...

Letter from the Editors

For a generation that came of age when Climate Change represented an established, undisputed fact, a sense of optimism pervaded thinking about the earth’s future. Textbooks taught us that the world...

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION Letter from the Editors - The Editorial Board Letter from the Dean - Merit Janow A Call to Action - Bill McKibben ESSAYS Financing the Green Transition: Attracting Capital...

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...

Table of Contents: The Democracy Issue

CONTENTS Letter From the Editors Letter From the Dean   ARGUMENTS Colombia, A Laboratory for History by Juan Manuel Santos Turkey: Marching Toward One-Man Rule by Nicole Pope Civil Society...

Letter From The Editors

The current Journal of International Affairs editorial board is diverse, comprising of students from countries across six continents, ranging from the oldest constitutional democracy in the world to...

Leave No One Behind, Even After Fifty Years

You have probably never heard of W.T. Akins, Clem Boody, John H. White, or Patrick Glennon. They are not remembered in history books as war heroes. They were four soldiers from different corners of...

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