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Road to Rapprochement: Establishment of the 1972 United States’ Visit to the People’s Republic of China through the Pakistani Channel

Road to Rapprochement: Establishment of the 1972 United States’ Visit to the People’s Republic of China through the Pakistani Channel Sunwoo Vivian Lee Global Politics ReviewVol. 2, No. 2 (October 2016): 58-73DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1238537GPR ID: 2464-9929_v02_i02_p058Published: 30… Read More »Road to Rapprochement: Establishment of the 1972 United States’ Visit to the People’s Republic of China through the Pakistani Channel

The Human Use of Human Beings: Suicide Bombing, Technological Innovation, and the Asymmetry of Modern Warfare

The Human Use of Human Beings: Suicide Bombing, Technological Innovation, and the Asymmetry of Modern Warfare Jeffrey William Lewis Global Politics ReviewVol. 2, No. 2 (October 2016): 9-27.DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1238525GPR ID: 2464-9929_v02_i02_p009Published: 30 October 2016 Abstract: Suicide… Read More »The Human Use of Human Beings: Suicide Bombing, Technological Innovation, and the Asymmetry of Modern Warfare

The Manipulation of History in South Korea seen through the Lens of Francis Bacon’s Four Idols

The Manipulation of History in South Korea seen through the Lens of Francis Bacon’s Four Idols David Andrew Tizzard Global Politics ReviewVol. 2, No. 1 (April 2016): 84-93.DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1238563GPR ID: 2464-9929_v02_i01_p84Published: 28 April 2016 Abstract: This essay… Read More »The Manipulation of History in South Korea seen through the Lens of Francis Bacon’s Four Idols

Hartmut Elsenhans and a Critique of Capitalism, Conversations on Theory and Policy Implications. By Neil Wilcock and Corina Scholz

Hartmut Elsenhans and a Critique of Capitalism, Conversations on Theory and Policy Implications. By Neil Wilcock and Corina Scholz Book Review by Christoph Sorg Global Politics ReviewVol. 2, No. 1 (April 2016): 95-99.DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1238567GPR ID: 2464-9929_v02_i01_p95Published: 28… Read More »Hartmut Elsenhans and a Critique of Capitalism, Conversations on Theory and Policy Implications. By Neil Wilcock and Corina Scholz