June 2022

United Nations (UN) Middle East | June 30, 2022

‘Effort and patience’ required to restore Iran nuclear agreement

Despite diplomatic engagements, restoring the so-called Iran nuclear agreement continues to be hindered by political and technical differences, the UN political and peacebuilding chief told the Security Council on Thursday.…

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Observer Research Foundation (ORF) | June 30, 2022

The G7 is one part of India’s pursuit of a multipolar world

At a time when the world order is intensely polarised, India remains one of the few nations which can engage with both the G-7 and BRICS in a matter of…

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US DOD News | June 30, 2022

Stoltenberg Sums Up Results of Transformative Madrid Summit

NATO leaders ended a two-day summit in Madrid after changing the strategic concept for the alliance, inviting Sweden and Finland to join, and agreeing to do all it takes to…

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Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) | June 30, 2022

Report MGIMO 2021

The MGIMO Endowment presents the MGIMO Report for 2021, which brings together the results of the implementation of the University's strategic initiatives.

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Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), General | June 30, 2022

Steel tariffs: “pork barrel politics” in action?

In his 2020 “Greenwich Speech”, Boris Johnson opined: “We are re-emerging after decades of hibernation as a campaigner for global free trade. And frankly it is not a moment too…

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Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA), Publications | June 30, 2022

Moving Towards Coherence: NATO Policy on Artificial Intelligence and Innovation

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French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) | June 30, 2022

RCA: des ex-Seleka et Anti-Balaka au service de Wagner?

Langue Français L'Ifri dans les médias[...] Ces anciens membres des deux groupes rebelles seraient ensuite déployés dans différentes provinces du pays pour soutenir les forces armées centrafricaines. L’inquiétude des populations…

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Observer Research Foundation (ORF) | June 30, 2022

The Albanese Government and the Future of India-Australia Relations

This discussion will start at 6:00 p.m. IST. Link to the broadcast will be made available here. As Anthony Albanese is sworn in as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister, what will…

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Bruegel | June 30, 2022

A decade of economic policy

As his time as Bruegel Director comes to an end, Guntram Wolff sits down with Giuseppe Porcaro to discuss the highs, lows and shifts of economic policy in Europe over…

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Conflict Management and Peace Science | June 30, 2022

Hitting back or holding back in cyberspace: Experimental evidence regarding Americans’ responses to cyberattacks

Conflict Management and Peace Science, Ahead of Print. Theorists offer many predictions about how Americans will respond to significant cyberattacks but systematic evaluations of American public opinion regarding these issues…

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Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA), Publications | June 30, 2022

Russia’s connectivity strategies in Eurasia: Politics over economy

Russia has been attempting to strengthen connectivity within Eurasia since the early 2000s as a part of its policy to “pivot to the East”. Yet due to limited resources and…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | June 30, 2022

Wielding the Gavel or Balancing the Scales? Domestic Legal Systems and Post-Conflict Justice

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. This study analyzes the institutional variation across domestic legal systems, with a focus on common law system’s adherence to precedent and reduced recourse…

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Observer Research Foundation (ORF) | June 30, 2022

Straddling cooperation and challenges at BRICS

India placed on the agenda the need for strengthening civil society organisations and think-tanks The post Straddling cooperation and challenges at BRICS appeared first on ORF.

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Observer Research Foundation (ORF) | June 30, 2022

India-U.S. Relations: Priorities in the Next Decade

Executive Summary The India–United States (US) partnership—pivotal in maintaining international security and order—could yet be the defining one for this century. The US is India’s most comprehensive strategic partner, and…

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Lowy Institute for International Policy | June 30, 2022

Conversations: Chris Blattman on Why We Fight

Join the Director of the Lowy Institute’s International Security Program, Sam Roggeveen, as he talks with economist and political scientist Chris Blattman about his latest book, Why We Fight: The…

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The Hill, Transpotation | June 30, 2022

DC Metro says wait times could reach 60 minutes on July 4th

Washington, D.C.’s, Metro warned customers could face wait times of up to an hour on July 4 as the transit agency grapples with a reduced number of railcars on one…

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Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), Publications | June 30, 2022

Why an online sales tax could be more trouble than it is worth

Summary The UK Treasury has been consulting on the concept of an ‘online sales tax’, or OST, which could raise £1-2 billion annually to help pay for a reduction in…

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Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Governance | June 30, 2022

Using Afghanistan's Frozen Funds to Pay 9/11 Families Could Backfire

Jun 17, 2022 Charli Carpenter comments on  U.S. President Joe Biden's executive order, issued in February 2022, releasing $7 billion in frozen, U.S.-held Afghan central bank reserves. It has been proposed…

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Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales (CARI) | June 29, 2022

Jueves 7 de julio, 9.30 horas / Geopolítica y globalización, desafíos para América Latina

Sesión académica presencial organizada por el Comité de Estudios de Asuntos Latinoamericanos

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United Nations (UN) Asia Pacific | June 29, 2022

Myanmar: Shocking toll on children must be spur to action, says UN rights expert 

Myanmar’s military junta is responsible for shocking violence against children caught up in the bloody aftermath of last February’s coup, a top independent Human Rights Council-appointed investigator said on Wednesday. 

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United Nations (UN) Middle East | June 29, 2022

Syria’s needs are at their highest ever, says top rights probe 

Syria’s humanitarian needs are at their highest ever and any move to block aid from reaching the war-torn country should be resisted strongly, a top UN Human Rights Council probe…

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The Hill, Transpotation | June 29, 2022

Senators urge airlines to address growing delays and cancellations

As airlines continue to cancel hundreds of flights due to staff shortages ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, a group of senators is urging them to address scheduling issues.…

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US DOD News | June 29, 2022

Then and Now: The Changes Between Two NATO Madrid Summits

At the NATO summit in Madrid, alliance leaders — including U.S. President Joe Biden and alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg — stress that the Russian invasion of Ukraine has changed…

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Swiss Political Science Review | June 29, 2022

From Dayton to Bernese Jura: The Election of the Croat Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Abstract After the signing of the Dayton Agreement, critical literature has attempted to portray consociation in Bosnia and Herzegovina as the predominant source of the country's political problems. At the…

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Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) | June 29, 2022

Lebanon: financial crisis or national collapse?

Lebanon is experiencing an economic and financial crisis that seems to have begun with the outbreak of major demonstrations in October 2019. During those three to four months, a population…

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