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1901. The Decline of Brazil's International Influence: From An Emerging Country to an Inward-Looking State

1902. Analysis of the Brazilian Crisis: Preliminary Effects on South-South Cooperation

1903. Regional Stability: Brazil and the South American Defense Council

1904. The US and Russian Resource Rivalry in the Context of the Contemporary Venezuelan Crisis Perils of the Rentier Petro-State

1905. A Look at Taiwan's Cooperation with Paraguay (2009-2019)

1906. Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2020

1907. ASEAN’s Looming Anxiety

1908. Is China’s Innovation a Threat to the South Korea-China Economic Relationship?

1909. Strategic Ambivalence: Japan’s Conflicted Response

1910. China’s Economic Rise amid Renewed Great Power Competition, America’s Strategic Choices

1911. Japanese Views of South Korea: Enough is Enough

1912. South Korean Views of Japan: A Polarizing Split in Coverage

1913. Chinese Views of South Korea: Aligning Elite and Popular Debates

1914. The Case of United States Views of Its Ties with China

1915. China’s Role in India’s Hindu Nationalist Discourse

1916. Moon Jae-in: Putting North Korea at the Center

1917. Putin’s Strategic Framework for Northeast Asia

1918. Xi Jinping’s Geopolitical Framework for Northeast Asia

1919. Donald Trump’s Geopolitical Framework for Northeast Asia: Something Borrowed, Something New

1920. The Chinese School, Global Production of Knowledge, and Contentious Politics in the Disciplinary IR

1921. International Relations (IR) Pedagogy, Dialogue and Diversity: Taking the IR Course Syllabus Seriously

1922. Widening the ‘Global Conversation’: Highlighting the Voices of IPE in the Global South

1923. Dialogue of the “Globals”: Connecting Global IR to Global Intellectual History

1924. The Idea of Dialogue of Civilizations and Core-Periphery Dialogue in International Relations

1925. Locating a Multifaceted and Stratified Disciplinary ‘Core’

1926. Foregrounding the Complexities of a Dialogic Approach to Global International Relations

1927. Alternatives to the State: Or, Why a Non-Western IR Must Be a Revolutionary Science FacebookLinkedInTwitterMendeleyEmail

1928. Turkish Foreign Policy in a Changing World Order

1929. Ideologies and the Western Question in Turkish Foreign Policy: A Neo-classical Realist Perspective

1930. Deconstructing the Sykes-Picot Myth: Frontiers, Boundaries, Borders and the Evolution of Ottoman Territoriality

1931. Ideas and Interests: European Democracy Aid and the Democracy-Security Dilemma, 1990-2010

1932. A Dynamic Model of the Spread of Intrastate War

1933. State Human Rights Performance and Recommendations under the Universal Periodic Review

1934. Regions of Discord: Analyzing Subnational Influences on Chile's Foreign Trade and Investment Policy Towards The USA During Critical Events

1935. Attitudes of NATO, SCO and CSTO Towards the Situation in Afghanistan After 2014

1936. "Belt and Road Initiative": Challenges and Opportunities for China and for the World

1937. World System Mobility: The Relevance of the Semiperiphery Concept for Development Projects in the 21st Century

1938. The Poverty Trap: An Analysis of ther Contribution of Multilateral and Regional Institution to the Poor Economic and Social Performance of African Countries

1939. External Actors, Good Governance and Health Care Delivery in Africa

1940. Post-Trump Diplomacy Outlook

1941. The Contemporary World-System: A Contribution tom the Debate on Development in the World-Systems Theory

1942. Wallerstein, Arrighi, and Amin: Imperialism in Fordist Capitalism

1943. The (Re)emergence of the BRICS and the Reorganization of Power in Contemporary Geopolitics

1944. Geopolitics and the Constitution in Light of the Democratic Constitutional State

1945. The Declining Hegemony of the United States and the Growing Influence of China: A Critical Perspective on Power Transition Transition Theory in the 21st Century

1946. Locating Women in Jihad: The Case of Women in the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria

1947. Toxic Institutions in Security Sector Reform: Lesson Learned From the Failure of Building Security Institutions in East Timor

1948. Maritime Insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa and its Effects in the Economy of States

1949. The Strategic Efficacy of Drones for US Grand Strategy

1950. The Competitive-Cooperative Triangles in International Relations: A Theoretical Contribution of Power from the Case Study of Internal and External Political Forces in South America

1951. Multilateral Diplomacy: Dissents and Contrasts, Two Genebrine Cases, a Personal Testimony

1952. How the Classical Gold Standard Can Inform Monetary Policy

1953. On the Origins of Entrepreneurial Alertness: Did Bauer and Yamey Precede Kirzner?

1954. Assessing State Capacity Libertarianism

1955. The American News Media’s Volatile Perspectives on China

1956. U.S. Policy Options Toward China: An Appraisal

1957. The Fall of Chile

1958. Economic Liberalizations Around the World Since 1970: Shock Therapy Versus Gradualism

1959. Immigration and State Institutions: Does Region of Origin Matter?

1960. Financial Transactions Taxes: Inaccessible and Expensive

1961. Lessons from the Swedish Experience with Negative Central Bank Rates

1962. Perspectives on Balance Sheet and Credit Policies: A Tribute to Marvin Goodfriend

1963. Erratic Behaviour of the United Nations and Global Governance in. Africa: The State as a Smokescreen for World Security

1964. Cuba's medical experience in sub-Saharan Africa: its contribution against Covid-​19

1965. An analysis of optimal devolved government size for growth: Armey curve in Kenya

1966. The Horn of Africa and the refugee field in Dadaab in Kenya

1967. Western Sahara: history, U.N acting and foreign interests

1968. Debating land in Africa: an analysis of the impacts of colonialism and neoliberalism in Guinea-Bissau's agrarian transition

1969. Leadership and decision making processes in Mozambique: governance of Samora Machel - 1975/1986

1970. The web of legal pluralism and traditional authorities in Mozambique




1974. Silencing the Guns Requires a Multi-Pronged Approach

1975. We Will Not Silence the Guns Without Women

1976. The African Union, regional economic communities and regional mechanisms and United Nations: Leveraging the Triangular Partnership to Silence the Guns in Africa

1977. What Kind of Leadership does the Vision of “Silencing the Guns” Require?

1978. How a Strong African Union–United Nations Partnership can Sustain the Silencing the Guns Agenda Beyond 2020

1979. The African Peer Review Mechanism and Silencing the Guns in Africa

1980. We Stand at a Very Uncertain Future for Humanity

1981. Global Health: A Pressing Foreign Policy Issue of our Time

1982. The impact of COVID-19 on Peace Operations in Africa

1983. Threats to Ethiopia’s Fragile Democratic Transition

1984. Challenges of Peacebuilding in Africa

1985. Reappraising Conflict Trends in Nigeria amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

1986. The Land Question in South Africa

1987. The Role of Libraries in Post-conflict Societies

1988. Multinational Interventions to Defend African Democracies against Extremist Violence

1989. Ethnicity and Conflict Instigation in Sierra Leone

1990. Language and Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa

1991. Youth Demonstrations and their Impact on Political Change and Development in Africa

1992. The Hidden Population

1993. Gender, Peacebuilding and Entrepreneurship

1994. The Six Principles of Adaptive Peace-building

1995. Reinvigorating the African Solidarity Initiative for robust implementation of the African Union’s Post-conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy

1996. Social Media

1997. South Africa's Possible Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court

1998. Key Lessons for Global Counter-Insurgency from the Fight against Boko Haram

1999. The Efficacy of Governments of National Unity in Zimbabwe and Lesotho

2000. Reflecting on the Role of Regional and International Interventions in Resolving the Post-coup Crisis in Sudan