[Tyler Goudal] Terrorism as Genocide: The Impact of a Revolution in Military Intelligence in an Era of Unconventional Warfare

This paper will explore whether or not a revolution in military intelligence (RMI) is a feasible concept built off the ideals of a revolution in military affairs (RMA). Using the argument of John Ferris (2009) as the origin for this analysis, the case study of terrorism as genocide – as discussed by Whiteside (2015), Perry […]

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[Dagless Kangero] Rashan Charles and the real mission of ‘Black Lives Matter’

Social tensions continue to rise within the American diaspora underlined by racial discrepancies: those of black ethnicity falling victim accredited to an institutionalized oppression. The overall argument of the essay is that on the back of the human rights doctrine, incarceration and police brutality is a way to destroy and cleanse an ethnic minority. Factually […]

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[Surina Bhatt] In What Way Has the Bretton Woods Conference Created a Hegemonic Structure In the International System?

“The past is never dead. It isn’t even past” – William Faulkner The Bretton Woods conference (1944), was an agreement on how the new world would be re-funded and re-constructed after WWII (Schifferes, 2008) (Del Castillo, 2010). The word ‘new world’ is used since the economies of Britain, Germany and Japan were decimated after the war. This […]

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[Victoria Dittmar] If the conflict between insurgents and counterinsurgents is ‘a competition in government’ then what is the nature of the government offered through counterinsurgency rule?

Counterinsurgency has been the most common form of warfare for the West since the end of the Second World War (Sitaraman, 2012; Kilcullen, 2013). From the anti-colonial uprisings against European Empires to the latest US-led campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, what has been at stake in these conflicts are arguably no longer material gains disputed […]

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[Jae Hyun Jung] Security Dilemma

Security issues are among the most contested and profound in the study of political science. At the centre of this problem lies on how to save people from a possible danger and threat in the international system and increase the well-being of citizens. Although the solution of the question can be pursued from different political […]

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