Journal Of Diplomacy
- New @ForeignPolicy mags arrived http://t.co/vihOZPpkpq
- Curious abt what's going on in #Ukraine or w/ #Ebola? You should consider applying to @shuDiplomacy for a degree in International Relations!
- #BokoHaram attacks another town. BH is successful because their attacks increase the locals outrage at the Nigerian military's failures
- Russia plans sending second aid convoy into Ukraine, heightening tensions on the eve of crunch talks. http://t.co/C2tREnWvZ4
- BREAKING: Iraq officials say car bombs hit Shiite towns south of Baghdad, kill at least 23 people.
Archive for December, 2011
Posted on December 12, 2011 | 5 CommentsBy John W. Sinden, Jr. The book Seven Years in Tibet, written by Heinrich Harrer, as well as the film adaptation, illustrates the conversion of the Tibetan independence movement from a Chinese domestic issue into a global household issue. Grossing...
Posted on December 7, 2011 | No CommentsBy Jordan McGillis When emotions guide politics, failure inevitably ensues. In a move that would be hailed by the Jimmy Carter School of Appeasement, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu agreed last month to release over 1,000 convicted Palestinian criminals from Israeli...
Posted on December 5, 2011 | 4 CommentsBy Robert Nolan The charismatic, controversial and recently deceased Moammar Gaddafi was famously fond of titles. From his subjects, he commanded the military rank of Colonel Gaddafi, a reminder of the revolutionary roots that brought him to power in 1969. ...