Foreign Policy Journal

  • by Ghulam Farooq Mujaddidi
    The Taliban must alter their zero-sum mentality and seriously commit to bringing peace to Afghanistan before it is too late. The post Why Do Taliban Continue to Kill If They Are Serious about Peace? appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
  • by George Ajjan
    Lebanon must end its lockdown or face economic, fiscal, and monetary disasters that pose an even greater threat to the country than COVID-19. The post Lebanon’s Dubious Second Wave and the Need to End Lockdown appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
  • by Emilio Iasiello
    Blaming cyber attacks on governments has become routine, but has it resulted in accountability, punishment, or reduction in hostile cyber activities? The post What Has Publicly Blaming Cyber Attacks on Governments Solved? appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
  • by Ben Acheson
    The current political crisis in Afghanistan is actually an important step towards a realistic peaceful solution: a political “unsettlement”. The post Afghan Peace is Now About the Art of the Possible, Not the Perfect appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
  • by Jeremy R. Hammond
    Inherently overestimated COVID-19 fatality rates have created mass fear and panic, manufacturing consent for extreme and harmful authoritarian policies. The post COVID-19: What You Need to Know about Fatality Rates appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.

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The Institute of International and European Affairs RSS Feed

  • by Mark Dempsey
    Tom Ferris examines what the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement means for Ireland’s road freight transport and aviation sectors. The post Beyond Brexit for Ireland’s Transport Sectors appeared first on IIEA.
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    Issue 102 of the Brexit Brief notes the current state of play in the EU-UK negotiations on the future relationship between the EU and the UK.   The post Brexit Brief 102 appeared first on IIEA.
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    Con Lucey, former Chief Economist of the IFA, discusses the implications of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement on agriculture and food production. The post Agriculture and Food Production: The Post-Brexit landscape appeared first on IIEA.
  • by IIEA
    This third blog in the Living with Brexit series looks at the deal from a business perspective, highlighting some of the potential advantages of the agreement for progressive businesses. The post A Brexit Deal that works for Business appeared first on IIEA.
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    This second blog in the series, by Blair Horan, member of the IIEA UK Group, Former General Secretary of the CPSU, and member of the European Social Fund Committee, examines the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland. The post Implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland appeared first on IIEA.

Ethics & International Affairs RSS Feed

  • by Nikolas Gvosdev
    Five years ago, I posed a question which continues to have relevance today. This evening, President Joe Biden is signing executive orders returning the United States to the Paris climate accords and to take other steps to reverse actions taken by his predecessor which were based on an “America First” calculus. Yet, as the new […]
  • by Nikolas Gvosdev
    Jon Finer, who has been nominated to serve as the deputy national security advisor in the Biden/Harris administration, gave an interview with GlobalBrief in 2020. He was asked about the impact of domestic politics and trends on U.S. foreign policy formulation. Finer’s response is worth perusing: In some ways, the traditional divide between American foreign […]
  • by The Editors
    The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter 2020 issue of the journal! This issue looks at international institutions and peaceful change, labor visas for refugee resettlement, the United Nations and the COVID-19 pandemic, international political theory, and much more. Access the table of contents here. The post EIA Winter 2020 […]
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    The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter 2020 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized by Kai He, T. V. Paul, and Anders Wivel on international institutions and peaceful change. The roundtable contains contributions from David A. Lake; Anders Wivel and T. V. Paul; Kai […]
  • by Michael Doyle and Elie Peltz
    This essay aims to identify and explore an underappreciated win-win policy option that has the potential to address both the needs of refugees for resettlement and the labor demand of destination countries. Building upon provisions of the Model International Mobility Convention, we explore how to scale up valuable measures for identifying job opportunities that can […]

Global Issues RSS Feed

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    UNITED NATIONS, Jan 26 (IPS) – Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, in an address to the Climate Adaptation SummitWe begin this year with a heightened awareness of the importance of resilience. The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that we cannot afford to ignore known risks.Read the full story, “We are Facing a […]
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    TORONTO, Canada, Jan 26 (IPS) – The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages. The main focus of the SDGs is to improve equity to meet the needs of women, children and disadvantaged populations in particular.Read the full story, “Implementation Research to Achieve Health Related #SDGs”, on […]
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    UNITED NATIONS, Jan 26 (IPS) – The United Nations has warned that the devastating socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for years to come unless smart investments in economic, societal and climate resilience ensure a robust and sustainable recovery of the global economy.Read the full story, “Global Economic Recovery Remains Precarious in […]
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    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Jan 26 (IPS) – Current development fads fetishize data, ostensibly for ‘evidence-based policy-making’: if not measured, it will not matter. So, forget about getting financial resources for your work, programmes and projects, no matter how beneficial, significant or desperately needed.Read the full story, “Poor Lives Matter, but Less”, on globalissues.org →
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    NEW DELHI, India, Jan 25 (IPS) – Ten years ago on this day, January 25, one of the biggest revolutions in the world took place in Egypt’s Tahrir Square, as protestors poured into the streets chanting slogans of “Bread, Freedom and Social Justice”, demanding one of the region's longest-serving and autocratic President Hosni Mubarak to […]