MIA Student Freddie Whitlow makes his case for the increased importance of NATO in an ever fragmented world. He argues that in the face of threats we should stand tall and meet them – not… [Read more]
Tag: foreign policy
A Space Force as a Force for Peace?
As the militarisation of space rises to the forefront of US defence plans, an understanding of what this would entail and mean for the world’s major players becomes necessary. MIA student Zach Larkin lays out… [Read more]
Fighting for Feminist Foreign Policy
Sweden and the United States have adopted critically different foreign policy stances. MPP Student Jillian Beytin takes a closer look on the benefits of a feminist foreign policy. The safety, autonomy, and equality of women… [Read more]
Tensions with Tel Aviv: The Diplomatic Fallout Between Germany and Israel
The Governance Post Editor Tanya Shoshan weighs in on the recent diplomatic fall out between Germany and Israel and explains what German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel could have done differently. German media has reported extensively… [Read more]
Why Good Policy-Making Matters: The Accession Case of Colombia to the OECD
The accession process to the OECD is already changing Colombian policymaking processes. Indeed, this was the main aim of President of Colombia Mr. Juan Manuel Santos when, in January 2011, he informed the OECD… [Read more]
Can the European Union Come Up with a Real Security Strategy?
It has been five years since the European Union last debated its security strategy. Twelve years have passed since the adoption of the so-called 2003 Solana Strategy “A Secure Europe in a Better World”. The… [Read more]