Tag Archives: Diplomacy

The Yemen Crisis Pt. II: MBS’ War
By admin December 17, 2018

Conflicts in the Middle East are often viewed through the lens of identity, ideology and geopolitics that take the form of tribe versus tribe, Sunni versus Shia, Iran and its proxies versus the US and its allies. The genesis of the Yemen conflict cannot be divorced from this underpinning of causes and motivations. However, what

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Panama Takes a New Direction: From Taiwan to China
By admin June 13, 2017

On Tuesday June 13, Panama formally cut off ties with Taiwan in order to establish ties with China. This shift in alliances seems to have no explanation, but the benefits for China are clear. President Juan Carlos Varela of Panama claims that this change is in the best interest for the country, citing China as

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There are Politics in my Food
By admin September 28, 2016

Within the last week Egypt and Russia have decided to take their political rows to the food sector. Historic trading partners in food imports and exports, Russia and Egypt have faced a plethora of ups and downs this year. Dating back to the uprisings of the winter of 2010 leading into the spring of 2011,

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