The ‚ÄėAxis of Evil‚Äô coined by President George W. Bush is not so much redundant for Washington today as in need of descriptive expansion, argues Albrecht Rothacher. The threat of a new enlarged axis of evil is all the greater for the increasing neo-isolationism of the United States Read more
‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčMichael Walsh‚Äč‚Äč argues that only ecosystem disruptors‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč can realise the full potential of emergency medical teams. A radical reimagining of current structures would save lives and alleviate suffering in armed conflicts and other insecure environments‚Äč‚Äč Read more
Salah Ben Hammou
Researchers of authoritarian politics and civil-military relations have long examined military rule. However, our understanding of civilian participation in military regimes remains limited and requires greater analytical attention, argues Salah Ben Hammou. Amid last year‚Äôs coup resurgence, researchers must move to appreciate the subtle but salient differences among military dictatorships Read more
Germany has developed into a hugely diverse country, but Angela Merkel‚Äôs centre-right CDU is still grappling with this reality, writes Isabelle Hertner. Over Merkel's 16-year Chancellorship, her party has been torn between pragmatic immigration policy, and the demand for cultural assimilation Read more
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