Daily Archives: November 30, 2010

Nov 30 2010

WikiLeaks Disclosure Sets off Defensive Posture in the International Politics of Pakistan.

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By Faheem Haider The recent news on Pakistan’s international relations that came out of the latest WikiLeaks document cache has been remarkably easy to bear. Nothing untoward has happened. All the players have played their parts. International politics between the … Continue reading

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Nov 30 2010

Why Nations Fight? Past And Future Motives For War

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By Richard Ned Lebow Last night at IDEAS, Richard Ned Lebow launched his new book, Why Nations Fight. Here he outlines the key argument of the book, which analyses a wholly new data-set of inter-state wars. Following Plato and Aristotle, … Continue reading

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Nov 30 2010

Myanmar 2010 Elections: Outcomes and Implications

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By Dr Jürgen Haacke This event served to discuss the political situation in Burma/Myanmar after the elections of 7 November as well as the release from house arrest of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi six days later. The chair, Dr … Continue reading

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