How will climate change impact upon US security and how far has the debate been securitized? Dr Geoffrey Dabelko, Director of the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Woodrow … Continue reading
Dr Alistair Cook discusses the achievements of ASEAN, outlining recent developments in security and human rights instruments, and suggests ways in which other regional organizations may learn from ASEAN.
Dr Ali Riaz discusses how globalization and the perceived failure of the secular state are just two of the factors influencing the complex interplay of religion, democracy and government in … Continue reading
Despite the end of Apartheid, South Africa continues to experience xenophobia and ethnic violence.
If foreign involvement and conditions on the ground make development in West Africa fragile and uncertain, what about the security situation?
As the global order gradually changes, how is Russia adapting its geopolitical strategies? Is Moscow looking towards the West or Asia-Pacific for future strategic partnerships?
Michael Shifter, President of the Inter-American Dialogue, discusses whether the Bolivarian movement in South America offers a solution to the region’s troubles or whether it has already run its course.
Dr Trevor Findlay of CIGI discusses the capabilities and shortcomings of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
While norms and soft power are becoming more important to UN peacekeeping, enforcement remains the only way to protect those whose lives are in danger, explains Kieran Dwyer.
In today’s podcast, the Observer Research Foundation’s Deba Mohanty discusses economic development and its importance to India’s defense sector.
Ian Johnson, Secretary General of the Club of Rome, discusses the unwanted side-effects of development and highlights possibilities for change.
Building on this week’s exploration of what constitutes human rights, Christine Bell, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Edinburgh, discusses their intersection with international institutions and conflict resolution.
Dr Aglaya Snetkov, senior researcher at the Center for Security Studies, discusses the Russian approach to the challenges posed by multiculturalism and nationalism.