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US, EU push for Russia sanctions over Ukraine - Washington Post

US, EU push for Russia sanctions over Ukraine - Washington Post | International studies | Scoop.it
US, EU push for Russia sanctions over Ukraine Washington Post Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday in Kiev that Russia must pull back or “our partners will have absolutely no choice but to join us to continue to expand upon steps we have...
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Obama needs a foreign policy reset - Washington Post (blog)

Obama needs a foreign policy reset - Washington Post (blog) | International studies | Scoop.it
Washington Post (blog)
Obama needs a foreign policy reset
Washington Post (blog)
The American people may not follow foreign policy regularly, but they know failure when they see it. They know when the wheels are coming off the bus.
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Lincoln's Foreign Policy in Today's World - Wall Street Journal

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Lincoln's Foreign Policy in Today's World
Wall Street Journal
When we think about brilliant U.S. foreign-policy minds, we don't usually think of Abraham Lincoln —and he didn't either.
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The Next Drone Wars - Foreign Affairs

The Next Drone Wars
Foreign Affairs
SARAH KREPS is Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Assistant Professor of Government at Cornell University.
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Obama's foreign policy 'to-do' list - Washington Post

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Obama's foreign policy 'to-do' list
Washington Post
To be sure, Obama outlined sound and pragmatic positions Tuesday on most of the leading foreign policy questions of the day.
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In letter, UN warns Kim Jong Un on crimes against humanity - Boston Globe

In letter, UN warns Kim Jong Un on crimes against humanity - Boston Globe | International studies | Scoop.it
Boston Globe In letter, UN warns Kim Jong Un on crimes against humanity Boston Globe But in a letter accompanying a yearlong investigative report, the chairman of a three-member UN commission of inquiry, retired Australian judge Michael Kirby,...
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Going There: The Year Ahead in Cyber Security - Re/code

Going There: The Year Ahead in Cyber Security - Re/code | International studies | Scoop.it
Going There: The Year Ahead in Cyber Security
Re/code
Rogue states like Iran, Syria, North Korea and even non-state actors such as Anonymous, will use cyber attacks to conduct diplomacy and to wage war by other means.
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Terrorism: A Definition and Analysis - E-International Relations

Terrorism: A Definition and Analysis - E-International Relations | International studies | Scoop.it
How do you Define Terrorism? What are your Justifications for this Definition? In 1956 political theorist and philosopher Walter Gallie delivered a paper to the Aristotelian Society in which he coined the term “essentially ...
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Obama administration disputes Republicans' account of US policy on Syria - Reuters

Obama administration disputes Republicans' account of US policy on Syria - Reuters | International studies | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor
Obama administration disputes Republicans' account of US policy on Syria
Reuters
Included in the group were senior Republican lawmakers John McCain and Lindsey Graham, who favor a more muscular U.S.
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Obama's six big foreign policy points in the State of the Union - Washington Post (blog)

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Obama's six big foreign policy points in the State of the Union
Washington Post (blog)
President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night did not dwell extensively on foreign policy.
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N. Korea building missile launch pad capable of aiming at US: report - NBCNews.com (blog)

N. Korea building missile launch pad capable of aiming at US: report - NBCNews.com (blog) | International studies | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk
N. Korea building missile launch pad capable of aiming at US: report NBCNews.com (blog) Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday that North Korea had gone through with its...
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China Is Playing Chicken With US Warships In The South China Sea - Business Insider

China Is Playing Chicken With US Warships In The South China Sea - Business Insider | International studies | Scoop.it
Business Insider China Is Playing Chicken With US Warships In The South China Sea Business Insider Just this week, Chinese sailors parked three ships on a disputed reef 50 miles from the Malaysian coast and performed a ceremony in which they swore...
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Recovering International Relations: The Promise of Sustainable ...

Recovering International Relations: The Promise of Sustainable ... | International studies | Scoop.it
One of the virtues of International Relations (IR) as a discipline is that it periodically engages in bouts of reflection upon its methods and directions. Daniel Levine's book is a contribution to this self-reflective practice.
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A Map of China, By Stereotype - Foreign Policy (blog)

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The Federalist
A Map of China, By Stereotype
Foreign Policy (blog)
Think Again: Prostitution. Why zero tolerance makes for bad policy on world's oldest profession. Aziza Ahmed · The Littlest Boy.
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Michigan trial asks: Is same-sex marriage bad for the children? - Los Angeles Times

Michigan trial asks: Is same-sex marriage bad for the children? - Los Angeles Times | International studies | Scoop.it
Michigan trial asks: Is same-sex marriage bad for the children?
Los Angeles Times
In addition, attorneys general in several states have refused to defend their state bans, a decision that was backed in theory by the U.S.
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How China and America See Each Other - Foreign Affairs

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How China and America See Each Other
Foreign Affairs
It has become one of the most obvious clichés in international politics: the United States and China have the most important bilateral relationship in the world.
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No, China Did Not Already Win the Global Battle for ... - Foreign Policy

No, China Did Not Already Win the Global Battle for ... - Foreign Policy | International studies | Scoop.it
Affiliated with the Aspen Institute and the Berggruen Institute on Governance, he delivered a TED Talk in June 2013 entitled "A Tale of Two Political Systems," and wrote widely discussed articles for Foreign Affairs and the New ...
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3 S. Koreans killed, 14 injured in bomb attack in Egypt - GlobalPost

3 S. Koreans killed, 14 injured in bomb attack in Egypt - GlobalPost | International studies | Scoop.it
3 S. Koreans killed, 14 injured in bomb attack in Egypt GlobalPost But no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, and it was not clear if South Koreans were specifically targeted in the explosion," said Seoul's foreign ministry official in...
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Abe Eyes Window for Biggest Military-Rule Change Since WWII (1) - Businessweek

Abe Eyes Window for Biggest Military-Rule Change Since WWII (1) - Businessweek | International studies | Scoop.it
Abe Eyes Window for Biggest Military-Rule Change Since WWII (1) Businessweek The initiative, which requires backing by Abe's coalition partner, faces public opposition and risks further straining ties with China and South Korea that soured in...
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Xi's Sochi trip highlights China's emphasis on soft power, high-level ... - People's Daily Online

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Xi's Sochi trip highlights China's emphasis on soft power, high-level ...
People's Daily Online
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Bad Ideas for U.S. Policy in Asia - The American Conservative

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Bad Ideas for U.S. Policy in Asia
The American Conservative
Since this would represent a departure from existing U.S. policy, it might not be taken seriously, or it might be perceived as a shift to a more aggressive posture on our part.
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North Korea May Be Able to Build Own Missile Launchers - National Journal

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North Korea May Be Able to Build Own Missile Launchers National Journal A commercial satellite image taken in September 2011 shows what indepdendent experts believe is one of the facilities used by North Korea to assemble the road-mobile,...
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Imprisoned Kenneth Bae must serve his 15 years hard labor: North Korea envoy - NBCNews.com (blog)

Imprisoned Kenneth Bae must serve his 15 years hard labor: North Korea envoy - NBCNews.com (blog) | International studies | Scoop.it
NBCNews.com (blog) Imprisoned Kenneth Bae must serve his 15 years hard labor: North Korea envoy NBCNews.com (blog) North Korea will not release imprisoned American missionary Kenneth Bae until he finishes his sentence of 15 years hard labor,...
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Give diplomacy a chance, says Obama - SpaceWar

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Washington (AFP) Jan 29, 2014 - President Barack Obama declared Tuesday that America must move away from a permanent war footing to give diplomacy a chance to resolve some of the world's toughest problems, such as ...
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China Completes Controversial Nomad Relocation in Tibet

China Completes Controversial Nomad Relocation in Tibet | International studies | Scoop.it
China says it has completed its massive relocation project of Tibetan nomads into new settlements in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. The controversial project has been denounced, though, by Tibetan...
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