When one considers the capture of a Most-Wanted Drug Lord, one may imagine a blaze of glory. Like, have you seen Scarface? In the case…View More Bigwig Burnout
In late January of this year, Argentina faced a steep currency plunge, which has since been equated to one equal to the nation’s economic collapse…View More Axel Kicillof: Reforming Argentina’s Economy… and Hearts
The unconventional monetary policy known as quantitative easing is essentially the process of printing money. The influx of funds into excess reserves serves to stimulate the economy but can also be used to manipulate the exchange rate of a country’s currency. The intentional devaluation of currency can ultimately lead to what is known as a ‘currency war.’ This article seeks to explain quantitative easing, currency war, and if we’re in one right now.View More Currency War?
Next summer, Rio De Janiero will host the FIFA World Cup. Significant challenges lie ahead for the country. The government anticipates a 55% jump in…View More Avoiding a World Cup of Terror
In the first instalment of the FAR’s weekly interview series with IR Professors, our Analyst Katherine Hasiotis sat down with Professor Richard English, Director of…View More IR Professor Interview Series: Richard English
The great American President. Who is he? What’s he like? We all have this vision in our mind. For me, it’s the fictitious President Josiah…View More Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc