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Corruption

Adam Graycar

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2015-03-30

Corruption Introduction Corruption has been part of social interaction since the beginning of humanity. People have always wheeled and dealed,...

Counterinsurgency

Ivan Arreguín-Toft

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2011-03-02

Counterinsurgency Introduction As suggested by its name, “counterinsurgency” is defined as a set of strategies and practices intended to halt i...

Countermeasures in International Law

Enzo Cannizzaro, Beatrice I. Bonafè

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2015-11-30

Countermeasures in International Law Introduction Attention of legal scholarship for countermeasures has been constantly growing. The reason p...

Coups and Mutinies

Çağlar Kurç

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2021-05-26

Coups and MutiniesIntroductionThe violent and sudden overthrow of governments has caught the attention of many scholars from various disciplines and p...

Criminal Law, International

Claire de Than

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2013-07-24

International Criminal Law ...

Critical Theory of International Relations

Steven C. Roach

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2012-08-29

Critical Theory of International RelationsIntroductionMax Horkheimer, one of the founders of the Frankfurt Institute of Social Research established in...

Cuban Missile Crisis, The

Jonathan Colman

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2015-01-15

The Cuban Missile CrisisIntroductionThe Cuban Missile Crisis—known as the Caribbean Crisis in Russia and the October Crisis in Cuba—was a dramatic con...

Cultural Diplomacy

Patricia Goff

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2017-04-27

Cultural DiplomacyIntroductionOne of the key themes in the literature on cultural diplomacy is its relationship to public diplomacy. Though the latter...

Cyber Security

Hannes Ebert, Tim Maurer

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2017-01-11

CybersecurityIntroductionThe Internet has expanded rapidly since its commercialization in the mid-1990s. In the early 21st century, a third of the wor...

Cyber Warfare

Julian Richards

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2014-06-30

Cyber WarfareIntroductionSince the mid-1990s, discussion around the prospect of cyber war has become an increasingly hot topic. Many countries now pla...

Decision-Making, Poliheuristic Theory of

Kai Oppermann

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2018-07-24

Poliheuristic Theory of Decision-MakingIntroductionThe Poliheuristic Theory of Decision-Making (PHT) represents a leading theoretical effort in Foreig...

Demobilization, Post World War I

Adam R. Seipp

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2012-07-24

Post–World War I Demobilization Introduction The end of war is not an event, but a process. Historians know a great deal about how societies m...

Democracies and World Order

Gabriela Marin Thornton

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2014-06-30

Democracies and World Order Introduction What do we mean by world order? How can world order be defined, and what is the relationship between ...

Democracy and Conflict

Douglas M. Gibler, Patrick Rickert

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2016-08-30

Democracy and ConflictIntroductionContemporary research on democracy and conflict began with the observation that democracies are much less likely to ...

Democracy in World Politics

Andrea Ribeiro-Hoffmann

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2011-03-02

Democracy in World PoliticsIntroductionThe relation between democracy and world politics is manifold. At the conceptual level, a number of schools of ...

Deterrence Theory

Frank C. Zagare

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2013-04-22

Deterrence Theory Introduction Deterrence theory refers broadly to a body of academic work that came to dominate the security studies litera...

Development

Christopher LaMonica

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2013-08-26

Development Introduction When the term “development” first became popular in the field of international relations, in the 1950s, there was les...

Diasporas

Simon Payaslian

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2013-07-24

Diasporas Introduction The term diaspora is derived from the Greek dia (through) and speirein (to sow, to disperse) and originally referred to...

Digital Diplomacy

Marcus Holmes

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2019-02-27

Digital DiplomacyIntroductionDigital diplomacy has no shortage of synonyms or terminology debates (digital diplomacy has been variously referred to, o...

Diplomacy

Christopher Seely

Subject: International Relations »

Date Added: 2011-03-02

Diplomacy Introduction States use diplomacy to resolve disputes, form alliances, negotiate treaties, strengthen economic relations, promote cultu...

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