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Special Arrangement Kenneth Waltz 1924-2013 There is much to learn from his exposition of realism, his lasting legacy to international relations theory, and its limitations I spent nearly a year as a student at a pre-eminent school of international
right-wing US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher suggests forging an alliance with Russia, Japan and India for the purpose of containing the Chinese threat. Brzezinski's thinking is far-sighted. Yet official US policy doesn't necessarily reflect it and
The Daily Star What will the world look like two decades from now? Obviously, nobody knows, but some things are more likely than others. Companies and governments have to make informed guesses, because some of their investments today will last longer
Asia should go within, not ape the West Speaking Freely is an Asia Times Online feature that allows guest writers to have their say...Twenty years after the end of the Cold War, it seems clear that the world is under a new a form of global governance.
As usual, it's a must-read, offering comprehensive analysis of the disparate factors that will drive global politics through 2030. Further, the NIC took bold steps to correct some previous weaknesses in past reports. In the past the report nailed the
One of the most vital passages of this report details how China is almost certain to overcome the United States as the world's largest economic power sometime before 2030.
The Credibility Paradox : Violence as a Double-Edged Sword in International Politics. From Human Rights and Human Welfare, a roundtable on the International Criminal Court , peace, and justice; Carlos Figueroa reviews State Power and Democracy:
You talk of an intellectual decolonisation preceding the actual decolonisation after World War II. But isn't it thanks to recent globalization that we're seeing a shift in the world order? It is very easy to posit the rise of Asia against a West in
When the Democratic Party of Japan took power three years ago, it promised a radical overhaul of foreign policy. It wanted to rebalance relations with the US and China, by addressing its "over-dependence" on the former and its strained relations with
To old disputes like the tensions between China and Taiwan or those between North and South Korea can be added a host of new problems, many of them focused on the competition for natural resources in the South China Sea. Recent weeks, for example,