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28 February 2017
This blog article, based on Chapter 17 of the book "International Relations" provides the reader with an overview over the notion of 'world order and shows some…
28 February 2017
This article presents some reflections on the recent Thinking Futures event at the University of Bristol, which debated what justice means for victims of gender based…
27 February 2017
The International Criminal Court and its perception of justice being achieved through trial, conviction and imprisonment shows a notion of retributive justice, a notion that may…
23 February 2017
The principles of international refugee law are non-negotiable, writes Başak Çalı. Reading President Donald Trump’s Executive Order Protecting the Nation from Foreign…
23 February 2017
Dante Alighieri Disparte discusses the emerging gap in interests between modern cities and nation-states as one of the major contests of our time. As the world grapples with the…
22 February 2017
With the global order fragmenting, cyber-security threats on the rise, and the deluge of information becoming overwhelming, countries are going to break away from the internet in…
22 February 2017
The work of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) could be considered as a 'future cornerstone of development'. In an interview, AFD Chief Economist Gaël Giraud…
08 February 2017
From the bloody siege and eventual evacuation of Aleppo last month to the crisis of compassion that has marked the response to the arrival of refugees in Europe, the past year has…
07 February 2017
Responses to the Brexit vote have revealed a disturbing current of anti-democratic sentiment. We need to challenge these attitudes and commit to a deeper form of democracy.…
07 February 2017
Ruth Mayne explores the ‘co-benefits’ of tackling climate change and the practical benefits they can bring to community and national development. We normally…
31 January 2017
Global policymaking is at risk, threatening the international liberal order which has, for all its faults and lacunae, served the world well since the second world war. There has…
30 January 2017
Hans Keman examines the role of Political Science in today’s changing society. There is a ‘crisis’ of democracy at hand one reads in many newspapers, sees on TV…