Diplomacy (tagged articles)
Leyla R. Latypova - The United States government started exploring the soft power potential of student and scholar exchange programs as early as 1908, with the establishment of the Boxer Indemnity Scholarship Program. The father of the theory of soft power, Joseph Nye, was not even... Keep Reading »
Alexander E. Hopkins - When politicians attempt to communicate their views in the public forum, the practice can be seen as a perquisite of the democratic process. This can prove to be an ideal environment for public relations, as the industry can identify and clarify arguments made among... Keep Reading »
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Zarb-e-Azb: The Obama Administration's Response to the Haqqani Network and the Relationship with Pakistan
Ryan H. Gordon - The Haqqani Network has proven itself to be one of the most deadly, daring and inventive terrorist organizations in modern times. Based in the Pakistani tribal lands of North Waziristan, the network has a deep relationship both with the Pakistani government as well... Keep Reading »
Karinne Smolenyak - Freeman writes that global governance in this period has been characterized by the United States’ inability to form a ‘grand strategy’ as it did in the post-WWII period to cope with the multitude of issues in the world today (2011). He ascribes this... Keep Reading »
Ali B. Al-Bayaa - It has become undeniable that illicit weaponry, specifically small arms and light weapons pose an unprecedented global security threat. In fact it may almost be acceptable to say that with the turn of the 21st century, we witness a world which is more further armed... Keep Reading »
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