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Finding the right data for development – the challenge of intangible capital
/ April 11, 2015

Finding the right data for development – the challenge of intangible capital

Ole Wilken discusses the challenges in finding the right data for development

A Volunteer Army
/ March 13, 2015

A Volunteer Army

Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan discusses the governments role in deterring vulnerable youth from joining

Je Suis Charlie
/ February 5, 2015

Je Suis Charlie

In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shootings, Western powers need to critically reassess their entire approach towards the Middle East

Fighting Words: How media coverage of ISIS endangers public consciousness
/ February 5, 2015

Fighting Words: How media coverage of ISIS endangers public consciousness

Stephanie Kelley points out that the Western media is partially responsible for Islamophobia in contemporary American politics and society

Eurasia’s Unrecognised ‘States': Terrorist Separatists or Nations in Waiting?
/ January 20, 2015

Eurasia’s Unrecognised ‘States': Terrorist Separatists or Nations in Waiting?

Will Burke-Nash questions whether Eurasia's unrecognised states may one day achieve legitimacy

Lessons From Lanka: Is Military Intervention the Answer?
/ November 24, 2014

Lessons From Lanka: Is Military Intervention the Answer?

Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan asks what lessons can be drawn from the Sri Lankan war for combatting the Islamic State

Hong Kong: The Unexpected Revolutionary
/ November 24, 2014

Hong Kong: The Unexpected Revolutionary

Ryan Tang argues that the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are long overdue

From Moderate Islam to Totalitarianism
/ November 19, 2014

From Moderate Islam to Totalitarianism

Reyhan Gulec argues that Erdogan's Turkey is increasingly totalitarian

The Tiger Looks to the Future
/ August 17, 2014

The Tiger Looks to the Future

Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan asks what the results of the latest Indian election mean for its future

Foreign Aid: Option or Obligation?
/ October 23, 2013

Foreign Aid: Option or Obligation?

Kishan Koria explores how using political theory could force a rethinking about foreign aid