The American cybersecurity agenda has experienced an unprecedented push in 2015. Due to recent cyber attacks on major commercial and governmental networks, the Obama administration…View More US Cybersecurity Agenda: A Move Towards Cyberpower
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A Changed World A look back at three major foreign policy claims of the 2012 US Presidential Election and forward to the road ahead, providing…View More A Changed World – 2012 Foreign Policy Predictions and Outcomes
When Chinese President Xi Jinping, assumed office two years ago, he promised to embark on a campaign to reduce toxic levels of corruption amongst both…View More A New Dawn in China? Economic Reform and Corruption Crackdown
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France’s Macron Law recently aroused heated debate over the strength of the Hollande administration. Presented by the French economy minister Emmanuel Macron, the law aims…View More Loi Macron: Economic Reform with or without Parliament
It seems as the price of oil drops so too does the life expectancy of the Venezuelan government. President Nicolas Maduro announced on February 13th…View More Latin America’s Final Rentier State
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