Articles

Elections Are Insufficient for Democratizing the Arab World

Dr. Imad K. Harb, Director of Research and Analysis at Arab Center Washington, D.C.,  and a member of the SIA Advisory Board Democracy in the Arab world continues to be besieged …read more

Gender Pay Gap Inherited

Republished with the kind permission of author Ms. Astrid Vikstrom, Student at University of Bath UK and SIA Intern Originally published in Bath Time Student Magazine 13/04/2018   Earlier this …read more

A new high: India–Japan defence links

Republished with the kind permission of author  Prof. Purnendra Jain Professor in Asian Studies at the University of Adelaide,  and a member of the SIA Advisory Board Originally published in The …read more

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games: The “Peace Games?”

By Dr. Jonathan Z. Ludwig is Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA and a member of the SIA Advisory Board In what was an …read more

It’s time to think strategically about countering Chinese advances in Latin America

Originally published in theglobalamericans.org by R. Evan Ellis, 2 February, 2018, Republished by SAGE International Australia with the kind permission of R. Evan Ellis, 8 February, 2018   In a …read more

India-US Bonhomie: Time for a Reality Check

By Mathew Maavak, Doctoral Candidate in risk foresight at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) The ongoing India-US rapprochement has been couched in terms of a pact between the “two largest democracies …read more

A $21 Trillion Global Pandora’s Kitty?

By Mathew Maavak, Doctoral Candidate in risk foresight at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) As US federal debt approaches $21 trillion in a matter of months, an eye-popping equivalent amount seems …read more