Realism in International Relations

The theory of realism has had a significant influence on the study of international politics, as it appears in practice. Realism is shaped by power politics.

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Liberalism in International Relations

Liberalism argues that the concentration of unaccountable power is a fundamental threat to individual civic liberty, therefore must be restrained.

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Pegasus and The Rise of Illiberal Democracies

The Pegasus project shows us the governments that rule us could soon be capable of knowing everything about us, while we know nothing about them.

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Identity Politics and Its Discontents

Fukuyama’s book, Identity published in 2018 addresses the growing threat of identity politics to the liberal democracy in contemporary world politics.

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The Israel-Palestine Conflict: A Brief History

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, with the birth of major nationalist movements among the Jews and the Arabs.

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 Myanmar Coup: what is happening and why?

In one of the bloodiest days of protests since the coup d’état that began in early February, Myanmar security forces gunned down more than 114 civilians on March 27, 2021.

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