International studies

Float, Move, and Fight: How the U.S. Navy lost the shipbuilding race

The 21st century has not been kind to the U.S. Navy’s vast surface fleet.

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Sea Power Makes Great Powers

History reveals a country’s rise and decline are directly related to the heft of its navy. So why is the…

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Why China Is Alienating the World

Its economy was beating estimates. President Xi Jinping was implementing the country’s Belt and Road infrastructure initiative and was on…

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Theory-infused and policy-relevant: On the usefulness of scenario analysis for international relations

Particularly in the context of uncertainties in world affairs, decisionmakers are increasingly relying on forward-reasoning to inform their policy. Yet…

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Putin’s Big Plans for Russia’s Far East Aren’t Panning Out

In early September, Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, a port city on the Pacific…

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Beijing Is Running Out of Time to Remake the World

The prevailing consensus, in Washington and overseas, is that China is surging past the United States. “If we don’t get…

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Importance of Power, Influence, Authority and Legitimacy

Power, Influence, Authority and Legitimacy are among the most common keywords in political science. This Term is very Importance in…

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Theory of Separation of Power

The Theory of Separation of Power is a doctrine of constitutional law under which the three branches of government (executive,…

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An Overstretched UAE Looks to Mend Ties With Turkey

This time last year, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey appeared to be on opposing sides of a range of…

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