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Empires Rush in Where Angels Fear to Tread

The chaotic implosion of the Afghanistan government and Taliban’s capture of Kabul on August 15 made the biggest foreign policy debacle of the United States

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Trip to Reconcile with the Irreconcilable

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Religion and Globarl Security, University of Tokyo Japanese Foreign Minister MOTEGI Toshimitsu will set off on his trip to the Middle East on

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Baltic States, a dream becoming reality?

Professor. Marc Lavergne, a French Senior Fellow Researcher (Emeritus) on the Geopolitics and Geostrategy of the Contemporary Middle East and Horn of Africa at the

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Caught in the Middle (East) Again

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi is reportedly considering a tour in the Middle East in

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Decarbonization Dreams: Slogans and Challenges

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo Environmental policies are converging on a global scale. The buzzword is “Net-zero by 2050.” Neither

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الموقف الأمريكي تجاه أزمات الشرق الأوسط

دكتور سيد غنيم، دكتوراة الفلسلفة في العلوم السياسية، رئيس معهد شؤون الأمن العالمي والدفاع – أونلاين. عند دراسة الموقف الأمريكي الحالي تجاه أزمات المنطقة علينا

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The Real Face of Iran

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo Indirect talks between Iran and the United States which has been held in Vienna will

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Net-Zero, the Common Future

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo Energy security is the common concern for the East Asian and the Gulf nations. Energy

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The Untapped Potential of the Private Sector to Improve Africa’s Security

John Siko (D Litt et Phil), Senior Strategist on Africa at IGSDA – Director of Burnham Global, Dubai. On 26 April, French energy giant Total

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Nile River and the Tragedy of the Commons

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo The Nile River question is a typical situation of the “tragedy of the commons” in