Philip Seib reflects on the U.S secretary of state's relatively short tenure, surveys the damage from his departure and offers some advice to his successor.
This project will critically analyze evolving public opinion in the MENA toward the U.S. and western foreign policy and consider its implications for the Arab spring, foreign policy processes, and peace and stability.
Michael B. Aleyomi and Mohamad Zaini B. Abu Bakar examine the practice under President Musa Yar'Adua's administration.
How can a three pillar non-military approach increase Japan's influence worldwide?
According to Markos Kounalakis, without a defined foreign policy, the United States' influence in Africa is likely to decline.
In the case of shared history, there is no way to suggest an appropriate narrative of any historical event that would be satisfactory for all counterparts. Digital rewriting, reevaluation, or reassertion of history is inevitability problematic. The only way to eliminate such conflicts and disconnect raised on social media is to emphasize “shared understanding and mutual openness.”
Olga Krasnyak discusses how disputes over historical memory in Russia and the Baltic States have played out on social media.