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How Did Russia Use Anti-Western Narratives To Justify Intervening In Syria?

The Syrian unrest is one of the manifestations of the Arab Spring, a series of pro-democracy uprisings that spread across the Middle East and North...

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Eleni Anagnostopoulou

Do Coups d’État Influence Peace Negotiations During Civil War?

Based upon the empirical observation made by Clayton Thyne (2017: 287-307) that coups d’état shorten the duration of civil wars, this essay...

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Findlay Edwards

Opinion – Türkiye’s 2024 Local Elections Challenge President Erdoğan

As an election observer, in a few (admittedly) restless days I cover whole vistas of even a vast country like Türkiye. This enormous territory is...

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Martin Duffy

Is Resilience Thinking a Form of Eugenics?

Resilience has long been touted as a means to endure turbulent times. As Western countries reel from the compounded impact of Covid-19, the war in...

10.04.2024 6


Laura Jung

The Battle of Austerlitz: The Utility of Game Theory for Operational Analysis

Since the Cold War, game theory as an analytical tool in International Relations has found widespread application in the study of strategic-level...

09.04.2024 20


Joshua Lehmann

Thinking Global Podcast – Quentin Skinner

This week on the Thinking Global Podcast, Professor Quentin Skinner (Queen Mary, University of London – @QMHistory) speaks with the team about...

08.04.2024 20


E-International Relations