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    Six Reasons Why the UN Security Council Should Not Discuss Climate Change

    It’s irrational to disconnect climate change from the work of the UN Security Council, right? Wrong, says Dhanasree Jayaram. She believes that there are six reasons why tackling this problem should remain the preserve of other transnational entities and organizations. More

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    Jihadists in Syria: Indonesian Extremists Giving Support?

    Is the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) attracting growing support in Indonesia? Not necessarily, says Navhat Nuraniyah. As he sees it, the country’s extremist groups are merely expressing ‘passive support’ for the Middle East-based Jihadists. More

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    Is Transnistria the Next Crimea?

    Will Russia continue to use the ‘frozen conflict’ over Transnistria to undermine Moldova’s integration with the EU? Anita Sobják thinks that’s a given. But let’s not forget that this pseudo-state does not hold the same strategic utility for Moscow as the Crimean Peninsula did. More

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    A Report on Suicide Bombings in 2013

    Last year, 291 suicide bombings occurred in 18 countries and caused approximately 3,100 deaths. If you are interested in additional, readily accessible data on this lethal form of psychological warfare, then you might want to check out the INSS’s “2013 Report on Suicide Bombings.” More

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    Our featured blogging partner this week is the "Harvard International Review" (HIR), which is an academic magazine which appears quarterly. More


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Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence

In this Video, Christian Parenti explores how climate change is interacting with the after effects of economic neoliberalism and Cold War militarism to aggravate violence in the Global South. More on «Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence»

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22 Apr 2014 Articles

Six Reasons Why the UN Security Council Should Not Discuss Climate Change

It’s irrational to disconnect climate change from the work of the UN Security Council, right? Wrong, says Dhanasree Jayaram. She believes that there are six reasons why tackling this problem should remain the preserve of other transnational entities and organizations. More on «Six Reasons Why the UN Security Council Should Not Discuss Climate Change»


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22 Apr 2014 Security Watch

Jihadists in Syria: Indonesian Extremists Giving Support?

Is the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) attracting growing support in Indonesia? Not necessarily, says Navhat Nuraniyah. As he sees it, the country’s extremist groups are merely expressing ‘passive support’ for the Middle East-based Jihadists. More on «Jihadists in Syria: Indonesian Extremists Giving Support?»


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22 Apr 2014ISN Blog

Is Transnistria the Next Crimea?

Will Russia continue to use the ‘frozen conflict’ over Transnistria to undermine Moldova’s integration with the EU? Anita Sobják thinks that’s a given. But let’s not forget that this pseudo-state does not hold the same strategic utility for Moscow as the Crimean Peninsula did. More on «Is Transnistria the Next Crimea?»


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14 Jan 2014 Publications

A Report on Suicide Bombings in 2013

Last year, 291 suicide bombings occurred in 18 countries and caused approximately 3,100 deaths. If you are interested in additional, readily accessible data on this lethal form of psychological warfare, then you might want to check out the INSS’s “2013 Report on Suicide Bombings.” More on «A Report on Suicide Bombings in 2013»


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The "Harvard International Review" (HIR) is an academic magazine that appears quarterly. More on «Harvard International Review (HIR)»