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  • The End of War: Truth or Fiction?

    Antony Ou in response to Dr Jean-Paul Gagnon’s article ‘The End of War?’ in Political Reflection, 2 (4): 30-33. In Volume 2 Issue 4 of Political Reflection, Dr Jean-Paul Gagnon wrote a mindprovoking feature article on whether there will be the end of war in the near future. Therein he contended that cosmopolitanism is a

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  • The Kalchakra Pooja at Bodh Gaya

    The Kalchakra Pooja is supposed to be the most advanced form of Vajrayana practice and is one of the most complex systems in Tantric Buddhism. The present Dalai Lama, the fourteenth is the most prominent Kalchakra lineage holder alive today and has given over thirty Kalchakra initiations all over the world. ‘Presented as ‘Kalchakra for

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  • Los Angeles

    Los Angeles (LA) is located in Southern California which takes place in the western part of the United States (US). With its 3,792,621 population, it is the second most crowded city in US. However, LA must be considered as a metropolitan area instead of a city. With 18 million inhabitants, the Greater Los Angeles Area,

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  • Cowboys vs. Indians in Nicaragua’s ‘WILD EAST’

    The road from Managua to Bonanza, a mining town in the autonomous north-eastern part of Nicaragua, is long and for the most part unpaved. Every summer, clouds of dust accompany the brightly painted buses that run to and from the capital, choking the passengers and turning hands, faces and clothes a startling white, while during

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  • Beyond Blind Optimism

    Introduction In Political Reflection Magazine, vol. 3, issue 3, Dr. Terry Tucker writes about the role social media played in the Arab Spring and the campaigns against SOPA/PIPA (Stop Online Piracy/Protect IP Act) and NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). His article consists primarily of a list of lessons learned from these highly disparate “events.” In

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  • A Comparative Business Case for Bridging Strategies

    Summary Daily turmoil on a global scale is giving business leaders and investors plenty of reasons to keep investments close-hold and their head down as they confront major challenges. New markets, new locations, cross-functional teams, plus uncertainty add risk, delay, and complexity to the business modeling. Strategy must be linked with design and implementation. Today’s

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  • SOCIAL MEDIA LESSONS LEARNED FOR POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT

    In December of 2010 a man in Tunisia self-immolated in protest and what has followed has literally been explosive, as the lessons learned on the use of social media has been at light speed. Since 2010 a number of connected and seemingly unconnected events have changed the tone and texture of activism. Social media and

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  • PARIS: “IT IS PAYING THE PRICE FOR BEING A GLOBAL CITY”

    In this volume, Paris the capital city of France, which is also the fifth strongest economy of the world, has been examined in detail from a globalisation perspective. Paris is located at the north of France. With its 12 million population, it is the biggest metropol of the country as well as it is one

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  • INDIA AND ISRAEL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

    Today’s strategic environment provides boundless space for both the international and regional actors to understand, share and cooperate with each other in order to protect and secure their own national interest and maintain strategic stability within their own region. Every nation in the international affairs has its own strategic significance against another in terms of

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  • The End of War? Global Citizenship and Changes to Conflict

    This article is concerned with fleshing out a specific argument: that new, contemporary, global citizenship is possible grounds for the prevention of war as it was known in the 20th century. The argument is that in the international arena, it may come to be that the interconnected citizenries of this world will act as the

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  • Russia’s Shadow in the Middle East: Riyadh – Moscow Nuclear Agreement

    During his official visit to Russian Federation, deputy of crown prince and minister of defense of Saudi Arabia – prince Muhammad Bin Salman, held a long negotiation with Russian president Vladimir Putin, concerning the new agreements on military co-operation and economic co-operation between two parajumpers pas cher states. For the first time, state officials discussed

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  • Iran vs the ISIS or Struggle for Influence in the Middle East

    Tactics and methods of the terrorist group ISIL “Islamic State of Iraq and Levant” which are based on radical current “Takfirism” are not only poses threat for the Middle East region and the world in general, but also is a serious challenge to the windows cd key national interests of Islamic Republic of Iran. This

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  • JGA | Vol. 3 No. 1

    VOLUME III NO I JANUARY 2012 Click here to Download the Entire Issue (PDF | 3.836 KB) TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLES Hard Power in a Soft Package: The ‘True’ Conservatism of Obama Leadership in Foreign Policy By Dr. Matthew D. Crosston The USA: Challenges of the Superpower By Dr. Ketevan Rostiashvili Security Policy in the

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  • JGA | Vol. 2 No. 2

    Journal of Global Analysis Vol. 2 | No. 2 | 2011 Click here to Download the Entire Issue Articles (Dis) Integration and the Emergence of the State System in the Middle East Dr. Imad El-Anis Pages 9 – 28 Full Article PDF | 364 KB China’s Naval Policy Off The Coast Of Somalia International Participation,

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