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The Role of Social Media in the Contemporary World Mark Zuckerberg - 17 Feb 2017

Mark Zuckerberg has posted a manifesto on his view of social media's role in global events and what they can do about it. To our...

Nuclear Supplier’s Group: Finding Entry Points Kanica Rakhra - 17 Feb 2017

As India continues to seek membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, Kanica Rakhra reflects on current controls regarding the trade of...

Trump Handbook for Aspiring Autocrats David Held and Kyle McNally - 16 Feb 2017

At issue is due process, the rule of law and the division of powers that defines American democracy. In the three weeks since Donald Trump...

Providing Aid and Foreseeing Harm Tom Rowe - 16 Feb 2017

Should we be blamed for the negative consequences of otherwise wholly good acts? Tom Rowe considers the moral risks faced by aid givers....

Translating the Informal into the Formal George Joffé - 15 Feb 2017

Using the case of Israel and the PLO, George Joffé explores the importance of empathy to any negotiating process. This is a chapter from...

Book Review: State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World Reviewed by Tobias ten Brink - 14 Feb 2017

State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World by Joshua Kurlantzick. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 287pp...


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