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Strategic Hedging Helps Qatar Weather the Current Crisis

Since the middle of the 1990s, the State of Qatar has pursued a policy of strategic hedging, cultivating relations with friends and allies outside the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which …read more

Never Neglect The “Demos” in Democracy

Never neglect the “demos” in Democracy. It is almost exactly a year since the British people defied expectations and voted to leave the European Union. Since then, it has been …read more

Constraining Russia in the Time of Trump

SAGE International Australia (SIA) Study on Contemporary Issues By Dr. Jonathan Z. Ludwig, Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA And Member of the SIA …read more

Wanted: a New Ideology

David Olney is an Associate of SIA and is Resident Philosopher and Co-host on SIA’s podcast – STRATEGIKON At present, it is very difficult to avoid examples and discussion of …read more

Japanese Arms for Sale

Republished with the kind permission of author Purnendra Jain, who is Professor in the Department of Asian Studies, University of Adelaide, and a former president of the Asian Studies Association of …read more

A Track to the Taiga: Russian-American Arboreal Cooperation

By Ms. Kira Bre Clingen. Ms. Clingen graduated from Rice University with a B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and B.A. in Asian Studies and Policy Studies. She is currently …read more

Time for a call from the Venezuelan opposition to President-Elect Trump?

Republished with the kind permission of author, Dr. R. Evan Ellis, Research Professor of Latin American Studies, US War College Strategic Studies Institute & originally published in ‘Latin America Goes …read more