global politics, relationally

25 Jul 2017
by Laura Sjoberg

In the Face of Diversifying Threats: Reorienting Indo-Israel Partnerhsip to Cyber and Maritime Security

This is a guest post by Karan Tripathy, Faculty of Law, Symbiosis International University  Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three day visit to Israel not only marks 25 years of diplomatic relationship with the West Asian superpower but an explicit expression … Continue reading

8 May 2017
by Milos Popovic

Russia sponsors right-wing parties, but Soviets did it too

As the FBI investigates Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 Presidential elections, the Kremlin continues to bankroll European far-right and neo-Nazi parties to destabilize governments from France and Germany to Scandinavia. Under President Putin, Russia offers money, cooperation, and … Continue reading

17 Dec 2016
by Laura Sjoberg

The State of Relations International – Changes Afoot!

Dear Readers, I have been a terrible lead blogger over the last year. Terrible. I’d understand it if you didn’t read this post because you’ve forgotten Relations International except for the great posts that Brandon and Patrick have made in … Continue reading

14 Nov 2016
by Brandon Valeriano
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International Relations Scholarship in the Age of Trump

The electoral college victory of Donald Trump has been devastating for too many reasons to count, from the impact on the middle class, the poor, minorities, and even Texas. This man is a threat to our nation’s well-being economically, politically, … Continue reading