International studies

FDI to Japan and Trade Flows: A Comparison of BRICs, Asian Tigers and Developed Countries

Although still dominated by firms from developed countries, foreign direct investment (FDI) flows from developing nations have increased significantly.

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Will the Page Turn on Turkish-Egyptian Relations?

Relations have long been complicated between Egypt and Turkey: two powerful countries who share lively economic links and queasy political…

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World Systems theory

World systems theory   , also known as world system analysis, is a theory of social analysis and social changes from a macro-social…

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Institutional Approach – Institutional analysis

The development of political analysis was associated with the development of research methods from one stage to another.

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Security in International Relations

Security studies have taken an important place in scientific research and studies, starting with the Treaty of (Westphalia) in 1648…

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Idealism Theory in International Relations

I have succeeded in studying international relations many theories, among them the Idealism Theory, which is classified within one of…

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Regional System in International Relations

The fifties and sixties of the twentieth century witnessed vigorous attempts to develop a scientific basis showing the various sources…

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With “Biden” presidency.. Is it time the good for the United States to lead the United Nations reform?!

A global constitution uniting the countries of the world on peace, stability and cooperation for the sake of human well-being…

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Elements Of National Power

More possession of these elements does not determine a nation’s power; hence they should not be termed as the determinants…

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