by Yusuf Can Turkey appears to be embarking on a path towards re-democratization, which presents an opportunity for […]
Category Archive: International Relations
by Martin Duffy Uzbekistan, a central Asian nation and former Soviet republic, recently went to the polls. There […]
An Analysis of the Culture of Violence in the Sub-Saharan Region Background The Democratic Republic of Congo has […]
Grayson Lewis Anne Applebaum offers us her own explanations for liberal democracy’s recent retrograde trajectory in her 2020 […]
Bowen Qi examines global political economy from the lens of China’s domestic, regional, and international ties in the dawn of the COVID-19 era.
The pandemic has proved to be detrimental to bringing peaceful resolution to territorial disputes. What does this mean for the regional stability of the South Caucasus?
Özgür Erkarslan & Isabella Wilkinson On the surface, this disagreement may appear as the result of bureaucratic oversight […]
This article is the second in an editorial series titled “I do not think this word means what […]
By Hakan Sönmez Since the turn of the millennium, there has been a period of stabilization in the […]
By Hamza Khan Several months ago, the Indian-controlled state of Jammu & Kashmir was dissolved by an act […]