Open Think Tank
15 Oct 2014
This article scrutinizes both, the Chinese foreign policy paradigm of ‘peaceful rise’ and western accusations of bellicosity in the context of the South China Sea disputes. It suggests that Chinese actions are ambiguous, which, however, need to be analysed in the context of the historic significance of the region.
11 Oct 2014
Since 1960, Tanzania has managed to hold Presidential and National Assembly elections every five years – and it will do so again in October 2015. For the first time after independence, political power seems set to shift…
7 Oct 2014
2 Oct 2014
In order to legitimately engage in generation defining acts of military intervention, the British government must seek in itself, and its allies, a greater level of scrutiny. By investing in educational outreach projects, more can be done to dispel political myths, offset racial prejudice and avoid potentially career-ending public anger derived from obscure developments on the international stage. Weiterlesen..
10 Oct 2014
7 Oct 2014
1 Sep 2014
It was about time: Today, IFAIR officially launches its regional department on “Sub-Saharan Africa” in its open think tank. Thus we finally cover all regions of the world. Effective immediately, you can send contributions directly to the new regional director Corinna Coupette.
For starters, Corinna starts with a short teaser which you can read >> [here]. In the coming weeks we will publish additional articles, announcements and calls to action. Stay tuned!