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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

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Egypt’s Pivot to East Africa

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo Egypt is back. This time, as an African regional power. Egypt’s diplomatic offensive toward the

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Global Race to Normalcy

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo. The days of trial and error to get out of the COVID-19 restrictions continue as

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Return of the Season of Diplomacy

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo President Biden is on his first overseas trip in his office, which takes a week

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Taiwan Airlift

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security On June 4, the Japan Airlines (JAL) flight 809 landed on an airport in northern Taiwan carrying 1.24

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Majority Rule and Minority Rights in Israeli Democracy

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo On June 2, a historic coalition deal was reached in Israel. Yair Lapid, leader of

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African Genocides: In Memory

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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“Egypt toward the Horn of Africa”

Dr. Sayed Ghoneim, PhD in Political Science – Chairman, IGSDA For several decades, the Egyptian role was confined toward its international borders, which wasted opportunities