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the agenda setting power of media in international affairs
on u.s. immigration policy
islamic economics
do guns make us free?
calm down, isil won’t kill you
no love lost?
transformative powers in the middle east
the crime-state nexus
stuxnet
when to choose human security
france 2015
influence operations
the growth and investment puzzle
energy & climate change
france towards a deja-vu?
the way of the knife
globalization and organized crime
growing tensions in the east china sea
dealing with (current account) deficits
the over-promised and over-threatened impacts of eurozone membership
holding trees hostage
between scylla and charybdis
the agenda setting power of media in international affairs
on the brics, the security council, and a new global order
(un)productivity in the digital age
gucci & lvmh
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a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic
how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world
an interview with katy frank
a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic
how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world
an interview with katy frank
no interest and diminishing returns
democracy and the armed society

the crisis of german-american relations under helmut schmidt and jimmy carter

how petrolao has exposed brazil as a captured democracy
risk & uncertainty in the first salvo of global cyber warfare

the end of innocence?
challenging the social media – democracy nexus
why it matters and where it comes from

re-examining the 2002 presidential elections
the cia, a secret army, and a war at the ends of the earth
the sicilian cosa nostra and the breakdown of omertà

explaining the consequences of european financial and monetary integration in italy and spain

ecuador’s attempt to share the costs of preserving the amazon
migrants’ dangerous odyssey across the mediterranean
how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world
an interview with professor andrew hurrell

a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic
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a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic

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the agenda setting power of media in international affairs

how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world

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journalistic non-compliance with governmental secrecy requests prevents a distopic democracy.

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a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic

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the agenda setting power of media in international affairs

how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world

by gerd gensbichler

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on u.s. immigration policy

an interview with katy frank

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islamic economics

no interest and diminishing returns

what is the potential legacy of islamic economics (ie) and what challenges has it faced?
2016
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by madison wilcox

do guns make us free?

democracy and the armed society

do looser u.s. gun ownership laws mean more freedom?
2016
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by alex nelson

calm down, isil won’t kill you

the threat to american lives posed by isis is lower than often believed.
2016
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by christoph erber

no love lost?

the crisis of german-american relations under helmut schmidt and jimmy carter

why did german-american relations reach a low point by 1980?
2016
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transformative powers in the middle east

dr. gary sick discusses contemporary events in the middle east and the implications for the u.s.
2016
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by matthew brandeburg

the crime-state nexus

how petrolao has exposed brazil as a captured democracy

given the extent of political corruption in brazil, is it a captured state?
2016
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by andrew leedom

stuxnet

risk & uncertainty in the first salvo of global cyber warfare

what risks and uncertainties exist when offensive cyber weapons are deployed?
2016
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by james nadel

when to choose human security

an in-depth look at contemporary debates around peacebuilding and practical recommendations.
2016
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by constance hubert

france 2015

the end of innocence?

is france's state of emergency a sign of the erosion of civil liberties?
2016
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by ignas kalpokas

influence operations

challenging the social media – democracy nexus

social media alone doesn't ease democratic transition; actors and on-ground conditions still matter.
2016
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by editorial staff

the growth and investment puzzle

why it matters and where it comes from

an interview with leading economist dr. catherine l. mann of oecd strategic orientations.
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by christian maximilian stadler

energy & climate change

twenty years later, a revisiting of prof. kenneth keller's article "unpackaging the environment."
2016
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by armand zorn

france towards a deja-vu?

re-examining the 2002 presidential elections

analyzing "la catastrophe" may help explain the current rise of extreme political parties in europe.
2015
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by kate peake

the way of the knife

the cia, a secret army, and a war at the ends of the earth

an insightfully woven story of the players and events that shaped a decade of american warfare.
2015
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by carsten schmiedl

globalization and organized crime

the sicilian cosa nostra and the breakdown of omertà

what caused the breakdown in the cosa nostra's code of conduct that led to incriminating testimony?
2015
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by richard purcell

growing tensions in the east china sea

with tensions rising over the senkaku/diaoyu islands, the risk of armed conflict is real.
2015
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by elena pravettoni

dealing with (current account) deficits

explaining the consequences of european financial and monetary integration in italy and spain

why did the benefits of liberalised financial systems and monetary union not fully materialise?
2015
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by gabor debreczeni

the over-promised and over-threatened impacts of eurozone membership

should countries remain outside or enter currency union?
2015
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by jay gandhi

holding trees hostage

ecuador’s attempt to share the costs of preserving the amazon

with some adjustments, ecuador’s yasuní-itt initiative could prove a useful model for the future.
2015
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by valerie tan

between scylla and charybdis

migrants’ dangerous odyssey across the mediterranean

how should the eu address the increasingly pressing issue of migrants crossing the mediterranean?
2015
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by gerd gensbichler

the agenda setting power of media in international affairs

how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world

journalistic non-compliance with governmental secrecy requests prevents a distopic democracy.
2015
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on the brics, the security council, and a new global order

an interview with professor andrew hurrell

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2015
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by mitko grigorov

(un)productivity in the digital age

why has productivity not increased in an era of rapid technological progress and new innovations?
2015
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most recent development security economics environment politics energy & tech gender about gucci & lvmh a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic - by samine joudat in the vicious gucci-lvmh battle, how could the characters involved have acted differently? the agenda setting power of media in international affairs how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world - by gerd gensbichler journalistic non-compliance with governmental secrecy requests prevents a distopic democracy. on u.s. immigration policy an interview with katy frank - by the editorial staff the immigration law expert and former us dhs employee covers contemporary immigration issues. sejga follow @saisjournal search for: about about us contact us submit open access statement most recent sections development security economics environment politics energy & tech gender book reviews interviews archive gucci & lvmh a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic by samine joudat the agenda setting power of media in international affairs how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world by gerd gensbichler on u.s. immigration policy an interview with katy frank by the editorial staff by niki masghati & kelly isom islamic economics no interest and diminishing returns what is the potential legacy of islamic economics (ie) and what challenges has it faced? 2016 view abstract x islamic economics (ie) provides an alternative economic model to today’s western system. interest in this newfound field stems from its success in remaining relatively unaffected after the 2008 financial crisis. proponents include financiers interested in attracting new business from a growing portion of the population and islamic scholars hoping to utilize it as a tool in muslim identity. competing interests from these differing sectors of society has led the original intention of ie astray. but does it matter if ie is simply a reworked form of western financial products and its framework guised under another name? this paper examines a brief history of ie followed by an analysis of its theory, goals, and operations. finally, a comparison of implementation in three islamic states highlights the challenges of ie and islamic finance, and concludes with a short summary of ie’s potential legacy. by madison wilcox do guns make us free? democracy and the armed society do looser u.s. gun ownership laws mean more freedom? 2016 book review x by alex nelson calm down, isil won’t kill you the threat to american lives posed by isis is lower than often believed. 2016 commentary x by christoph erber no love lost? the crisis of german-american relations under helmut schmidt and jimmy carter why did german-american relations reach a low point by 1980? 2016 view abstract x in the mid-1970s, the transatlantic ties between the united states and west germany stood at a peak. however, according to most scholars, german-american relations subsequently reached a nadir under the schmidt/carter administrations in the second half of the decade. why was this the case? while the common narrative typically stresses severe personal dislike between the two transatlantic leaders, this paper will emphasize their conflicts of interest and specifically those related to germany’s foreign policy objectives. it will show how these growing disruptions across various policy areas gradually undermined the german-american transatlantic alliance by 1980. in this context, the 1977-1980 crisis of relations was driven by the emancipation of west german foreign policy from american dominance – overall exemplified by (west) germany’s growing commitment to european integration in the following decades. consequently, the schmidt/carter rift constitutes an important crossroads in postwar german- american relations, which preluded germany’s growing international role since the 1970s into present times. by editorial staff transformative powers in the middle east dr. gary sick discusses contemporary events in the middle east and the implications for the u.s. 2016 interview x dr. gary sick is a captain (retired) in the u.s. navy and served on the national security council in the ford, carter, and reagan administrations. he is a senior research scholar at the middle east institute at columbia university’s school of international and public affairs and an adjunct professor of international and public affairs. by matthew brandeburg the crime-state nexus how petrolao has exposed brazil as a captured democracy given the extent of political corruption in brazil, is it a captured state? 2016 view abstract x brazil has been badly shaken, economically and politically, by the ongoing investigation into a nearly usd 1 billion corruption scheme involving state oil company petrobras, many of brazil’s largest construction firms, and brazil’s leading politicians – including both former and current presidents. this article will look at the extent of the criminal organization run by political actors in brazil to determine the country’s qualification as a captured state. with brazil’s efforts to consolidate its democratic institutions since its return to civilian rule in 1985, this article will also examine how this level of criminal organization is impacted by the state’s democratic norms, and how the state has come to exploit these norms over time. this distinction is critical to the development of a new terminology to describe brazil’s unique circumstances – those of a captured democracy. by andrew leedom stuxnet risk & uncertainty in the first salvo of global cyber warfare what risks and uncertainties exist when offensive cyber weapons are deployed? 2016 view abstract x the primary focus of this case study is to try to understand what risks and uncertainties governments and other actors confront when they deploy offensive cyber weapons as part of military and intelligence operations. under current circumstances, the implications for national and international infrastructure seem staggering. the roadmap for this case study is threefold: 1) provide a framework for analysis, 2) introduce stuxnet and survey the history and development of the first documented cyber weapon, and 3) apply the framework in an attempt to explore the risks and uncertainties inherent in the nascent arena of cyber warfare. by james nadel when to choose human security an in-depth look at contemporary debates around peacebuilding and practical recommendations. 2016 view abstract x this paper will explore the concept of human security from theoretical, practical, and case study perspectives. it traces the history of human security through academic discourse and practice, and develops a balance sheet of the concept, assessing the motivations, advantages, and problems inherent in pursuing it in peacebuilding. specifically, statistical evidence of “indirect deaths” and azar’s seminal theory of protracted social conflict provide strong support for the idea, and practice in the field has shown its value in addressing certain inconsistencies in peacebuilding—namely, the tension between western and local views on values and priorities, and the possibility of local traditions reinforcing inequality. on the other hand, there exist potential problems of co-option, obscuring proper analysis of the drivers of conflict, and overpromising. the final section concludes that human security achieves its greatest utility when pursued by apolitical organizations, such as the united nations, within missions that are a reasonable match for their capabilities. by constance hubert france 2015 the end of innocence? is france's state of emergency a sign of the erosion of civil liberties? 2016 view abstract x on november 14, 2015, the council of ministers announced the establishment of the state of emergency upon a country in mourning after the deadliest attacks on french territory since world war ii. a few months later, france seems to be sinking into risk management as a paradigm of government, to the detriment of civil liberties. this trend, however, exposed outright by the recent attacks, finds its roots in a culture of counterterrorism - pre-existent to 9/11 - gravitating around the french legal apparatus. by ignas kalpokas influence operations challenging the social media – democracy nexus social media alone doesn't ease democratic transition; actors and on-ground conditions still matter. 2016 view abstract x social media has traditionally been unequivocally seen as facilitating democratic transitions and challenging the power of autocratic regimes. some most recent research, however, contradicts this established narrative, and as a result, this article first aims to show that social media does not have intrinsic political qualities of its own. rather, they are contingent upon the offline conditions and the actors who use social media. then, building on the contingent nature of this media, the author aims to show how social cyberspace enables a new kind of influence operations that can be carried out instantly, globally, and with the help of the victims themselves (referred to as ‘sofa warriors’). finally, the conflict in ukraine is presented as an example of how social media influence campaigns can be employed in hybrid warfare. by editorial staff the growth and investment puzzle why it matters and where it comes from an interview with leading economist dr. catherine l. mann of oecd strategic orientations. 2016 interview x dr. catherine l. mann has been oecd chief economist, g20 finance deputy, and head of the economics department since october 2014. dr. mann is responsible for advancing the strategic orientations of the oecd, including the oecd’s economic outlook, country-based economic surveys and the going for growth report. she was most recently a professor of global finance at the international business school at brandeis university and director of the rosenberg institute of international finance. by christian maximilian stadler energy & climate change twenty years later, a revisiting of prof. kenneth keller's article "unpackaging the environment." 2016 commentary x by armand zorn france towards a deja-vu? re-examining the 2002 presidential elections analyzing "la catastrophe" may help explain the current rise of extreme political parties in europe. 2015 x by kate peake the way of the knife the cia, a secret army, and a war at the ends of the earth an insightfully woven story of the players and events that shaped a decade of american warfare. 2015 book review x by carsten schmiedl globalization and organized crime the sicilian cosa nostra and the breakdown of omertà what caused the breakdown in the cosa nostra's code of conduct that led to incriminating testimony? 2015 view abstract x prior to the 1986 maxi trials, relatively little was known about the sicilian cosa nostra. its omertà, or code of honor, had held strong. but the success of the trials was only possible through the testimony of pentiti, or turncoats, at the expense of the code of honor. what caused this breakdown? as the organization became increasingly globalized, the older bonds of trust and honor that originally defined the omertà became weaker, facilitating the conditions for defection. the effects of globalization are visible in five areas: profit-making opportunities, organizational structure, the code of honor, political ties, and the anti-mafia movement. the cosa nostra’s continued existence today has implications for perceptions of the italian government's legitimacy. by richard purcell growing tensions in the east china sea with tensions rising over the senkaku/diaoyu islands, the risk of armed conflict is real. 2015 commentary x this article explores the rising tensions between china and japan centered on their competing claims over the senkaku/diaoyu islands. the uninhabited islands have been under japanese control since 1972, and the two nations had agreed to set the controversy aside for several decades in the interest of diplomatic harmony. however, china has begun to press its claim to the islands more forcefully in recent years as chinese national power has grown. the dispute has emerged as the focal point in the broader sino-japanese strategic rivalry. china’s meteoric rise has fueled rising nationalism within china and led to more assertive chinese behavior throughout east asia. tensions over the islands are likely to continue to grow, and the risk of an armed confrontation in the east china sea is real. a conflict would be highly damaging to both nations’ economies, and both sides have an interest in avoiding such an outcome, but it remains unclear whether a peaceful resolution of the dispute can be achieved. by elena pravettoni dealing with (current account) deficits explaining the consequences of european financial and monetary integration in italy and spain why did the benefits of liberalised financial systems and monetary union not fully materialise? 2015 view abstract x this paper focuses on the consequences of financial liberalisation and monetary integration on the two largest economies of southern europe, italy and spain. as part of the european project of financial liberalisation that was pushed forward with the 1992 agenda and the introduction of the single currency in 1999, these economies found themselves facing new challenges in economic policy-making. given the dismal economic performance in recent years of the so-called southern ‘periphery’ unveiled by the financial crisis in 2008, the aim of this case study is to understand why the benefits of liberalised financial systems and monetary union did not fully materialise. by showing how european financial and monetary integration provoked large-scale capital inflows, which led to distortions that were difficult for policymakers to control in italy and spain, the paper challenges the dominant narrative that the profligacy of southern governments was simply to blame for the crisis. by gabor debreczeni the over-promised and over-threatened impacts of eurozone membership should countries remain outside or enter currency union? 2015 view abstract x there is no definitive answer as to the impact on a country’s macroeconomic indicators of joining the eurozone. there is little impact on a country’s trade dependence. peripheral countries suffered in terms of unemployment, but weakly gained in terms of incomes. however, no doomsday image emerges. while this appears to limit the short-term economic upside of the currency union project, it brings into the forefront the eurozone’s aforementioned political considerations: eliminating competitive devaluations, having a common european monetary voice and tightening economic and political bonds within europe. if this appeals to a prospective eurozone member, they should not hold back for economic fears. by jay gandhi holding trees hostage ecuador’s attempt to share the costs of preserving the amazon with some adjustments, ecuador’s yasuní-itt initiative could prove a useful model for the future. 2015 view abstract x ecuador thought they would shock the world into action with their call for international funding to prevent the exploitation of oil reserves under their yasuní-itt national park. the response was silence and inaction. why? this paper examines ecuador’s yasuní-itt initiative that sought to share the costs of preserving the amazon rainforest and its apparent failure through the lenses of collective action theory and cost-value analyses. while the initiative was unsuccessful this time around, with some adjustments it could prove a useful model for future conservation efforts. by valerie tan between scylla and charybdis migrants’ dangerous odyssey across the mediterranean how should the eu address the increasingly pressing issue of migrants crossing the mediterranean? 2015 view abstract x according to the unhcr, 75,000 people attempted to cross the mediterranean in the first six months of 2014 with 800 dying before reaching land. yet people still insist on making the journey. on the other side of the mediterranean is the european union, which persecutes some who have survived the journey while providing sanctuary to others. it is high time for european union member states to work together to find a durable and sustainable solution to the situation in the mediterranean. this paper briefly discusses the main reasons migrants embark on such a perilous journey and suggests elements of a strategy to address this issue. by gerd gensbichler the agenda setting power of media in international affairs how media coverage on u.s. surveillance programs and u.s. military operations prevent us from becoming a distopic world journalistic non-compliance with governmental secrecy requests prevents a distopic democracy. 2015 view abstract x this research sheds light on the u.s. government’s efforts to petition media professionals not to report on u.s. data surveillance and military engagements. after 9/11, warrant court based u.s. surveillance practices morphed into warrantless u.s. surveillance activities, and poor journalistic working standards led to a chilling effect in government-media relations during the obama administration. this analysis illustrates the influence of media reports on the u.s. government in times of unclear u.s. policies. the findings of this paper underline the fact that journalistic non-compliance with governmental secrecy requests prevents our societies from becoming distopic democracies. by the editorial staff on the brics, the security council, and a new global order an interview with professor andrew hurrell the author of "on global order" spoke on emerging powers and how they fit into global governance. 2015 interview x by mitko grigorov (un)productivity in the digital age why has productivity not increased in an era of rapid technological progress and new innovations? 2015 view abstract x this paper examines why productivity, as measured by output per work hour, has not increased significantly during the current digital revolution, despite rapid and intense technological progress and the influx of new inventions. the failure of technological progress to bring immediate increases in productivity and standards of living is paradoxical from an economic view. this paper presents statistical data on productivity and gross domestic product (gdp) growth across a number of economies for the past 40 years. following that, it reviews several economic and history of science and technology theories about the current lower than expected productivity, including its possible relations to the initial delay in productivity growth during the industrial revolution of the late eighteenth century and the technological revolution of the early twentieth century. it then presents several explanations for the delay in productivity growth that are specific to the digital revolution. by samine joudat gucci & lvmh a hostile takeover battle across the atlantic in the vicious gucci-lvmh battle, how could the characters involved have acted differently? 2015 view abstract x more than a decade since the vicious battle between gucci and bernard arnault’s louis vuitton moët hennessy, this case remains an important case study in the failure of smart men to make measured choices. what led such wise men to fall prey to multiple mistakes and ultimately to the disintegration of negotiations? the work of the harvard negotiation project and robert axelrod help elucidate the areas in which the characters involved could have acted differently. the consequences of the case highlighted the new interconnectedness of global financial and corporate markets. today, luxury goods conglomerates cite this case as one of the most important in the history of fashion. ← previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 next → site designed by jay gandhi issn 1592-3444 © 2015 the sais europe journal of global affairs


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