China’s Territorial Claims and the Future of International Law in Asia

by Romel Regalado Bagares Mr. Romel Regalado Bagares, the Executive Director of the Center for International Law in Manila, is pursuing a PhD in the philosophy of international law at … Continue Reading →

Obama and Intervention: Why Libya and not Syria?

This is our first article in partnership with Brazilian international affairs magazine O Debatedouro. by Philipe Moura The 20th century witnessed the growing importance of issues regarding humanitarian intervention, leading to the … Continue Reading →

NGOs prominence has grown within international fora

NGOs as protagonists in 21st century diplomacy

by Sarra Zarrati Sarra is currently a trainee, responsible for human rights, at the ONUAIDS office in Tunis. She is working on ensuring contribution of the ONUAIDS office to the … Continue Reading →

Rio+20, Governance and Environment

By Matilde de Souza Ph.D. and Mariana Balau Silveira.  Matide de Souza is Professor of Political Science at the Department of International Relations and Coordinator of the Post-graduate program in International Relations at PUC-Minas, and … Continue Reading →

Solving the Insolubles: The Euro’s Fate and the Reunification of Cyprus

Two seemingly unrelated issues, the on-going negotiations for reunification of Cyprus and the fate of Euro, had been competing for being the subject of this post during the last week … Continue Reading →


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