From Business Casual to Business Formal: The Future of U.S.-Japan Relations

By: Kassi Bourne Around the world, countries are facing transitions in power and paradigms. With the imminent inauguration of a

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Declining Enrollment of International Students Signals Impending US Soft Power Crisis

By: Bradley Ryktarsyk Unlike traditional military and economic sources of power that force countries to balance their international relations through

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Sudan at a Crossroads: A Decision For the People or By the People?

By: Mohamed Elshekh Following the trend of Arab League countries normalizing relations with Israel, Sudan has joined Bahrain and the

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Indigenous Peoples in Brazil and the Right to their Sustainability: A Territory, Authority, and Rights Approach

Image: Fernando Bizerra | EPA by Priscila Ribeiro Prado Barros In her article for the Diversity issue, Barros illustrates how

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The Coming Tide: Protection of the Rights of Refugees in the Commonwealth Caribbean in Absence of Legislation

Image: Caribbean DevTrends by Westmin R. A. James In the latest Journal of Diplomacy Issue on the theme of diversity

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Disrupting Assimilationist Research Principles and Practices in Australia and Sweden: Self-Determination through the Enactment of Indigenous Diplomacies

Image: Shutterstock | Dmitry Chulov by Sheelagh Daniel-Mayes & Kristina Sehlin MacNeil In their article entitled “Disrupting Assimilationist Research Principles

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