Syria: Has the war permanently damaged coexistence?

Age-old sectarian clashes, especially between Sunni and Shiaa Muslims, are often thrust into the forefront of narratives discussing the causes of the war in...

Let’s Get Creative! The Importance of Creativity in International Policy Studies

What is the most essential quality that graduate students should possess in the field of international policy studies? Some might argue that it is the...

Keeping up with Kemp: An Interview with One of Europe’s Key Cooperators

Throughout most of our education here at the DA, we have learned about the pillars of international law and geopolitics, attempting to understand the...

Democratic Support Without Democracy: Explaining the Popularity of the Chinese Government

Over the past year, international media reports on Chinese politics frequently centred around the oppression of minorities, public surveillance measures, and China’s increasingly aggressive...

How International Law was Invented over a Lunch in 1873

Determining the starting point of the discipline of international law has always been subject to controversy in the academic world. The divergent views on...

Beyond Europe: Brexit’s shadow over the Caribbean

By: Ramsey Alrae (Guest Writer) With less than six months remaining until the deadline for a Brexit  deal, the EU is bracing itself for the...

The Rusty “Development Machine” in Guinea-Bissau

It is common for university students to become easily disillusioned with their first post-graduate positions. This is especially true in industries, which reveal stark...

The Challenges of Non-proliferation from the Israeli Perspective

By: Anna Rosa Schlechter (Guest Writer) More than a year ago, on May 8, 2018, the US withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action...

Who Trumped Whom? Making Sense of the US Midterm Elections

By: Thomas Kögler (Guest Writer) The US midterm elections resulted in a split Congress, with the Democrats taking control of the House and the Republicans...

China Commits Systematic Genocide and the World Watches

When Dinigeer Yilamujiang lit the Olympic Flame on the evening of February 4th at the Beijing National Stadium, she certainly did not expect to...

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