MATTHEW SCHWEITZER – The complexity of the Arab-Israeli environment demands that the US accepts a role as a cooperative member of an international community seeking equitable peace, not as the sole leader.
AHMAD MUSTAFA – Democracy does not necessarily lead to constitutional liberalism, but constitutional liberalism many a time has led to some degree of democracy.
G.P. CREAN IV – A Review of Kishore Mahbubani’s “The Case against the West: American and Europe in the Asian Century” from Foreign Affairs 87, no. 3 (2008). When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990 and the Cold War ended, the new international political order that emerged was unclear. The sole superpower remaining after decades of a bipolar …
WALTER QUINTANILLA – Though France is the U.S.’s oldest mission, the diplomatic relationship with the new French social composition will be one more complicated than before.
AIDAN MILLIFF – Examining the Legal Opposition to the UNCRC
JONATHAN GODOY — The Syrian civil war has also put the Middle East and its geo-politics in something of a precarious position.