Nytt i 2011

Desember 2011

  • Iraq's political crisis and the shadow of sectarian politics, Rachel Kantz Feder bit.ly/vZw0PI
  • North Korea, the arts of succession , JE Hoare bit.ly/tDBNDS
  • Fin anmeldelse av "En akkurat passe lang introduksjon til Internasjonale relasjoner" i Internasjonal politikk: ow.ly/8czaq
  • The Eye of the Beholder: Violence as a Social Process ow.ly/8c4AX
  • Nile Basin Conflict: Perspectives on Water Sharing, Food Shortages, Civil Wars and Terrorism bit.ly/v1xzCV
  • Is the Arab Spring Bad for Women? - By Isobel Coleman bit.ly/s8c3xG
  • The World According to Ron Paul - By Michael A. Cohen bit.ly/sUN1Hp
  • The Turkish Roundabout - By Ashraf Ghani bit.ly/rLUTzJ
  • The Rise of Boko Haram - By David Francis bit.ly/tqe3Bv
  • The Dictator's Handbook: Why Bad Behavior Is Almost Always Good Politics bit.ly/sZFWWf
  • The UK and Europe: how much damage did Cameron's veto do?, Kirsty Hughes bit.ly/tOs5oW
  • In the shadows of globalisation: drug violence in Mexico and Central America, Benedicte Bull bit.ly/tLiIcN
  • Putin, Medvedev and the Arab Spring: will Russia's foreign policy end up on the wrong side?, Inna Lazareva bit.ly/vhGB0Z
  • 2012, the age of the citizen , Vidar Helgesen bit.ly/sXARfC
  • Karen Tse: How to stop torture (TED Talk) se under elle gå til bit.ly/uIB34u

  • The Role of Women in Promoting Peace and Democracy in the Middle East (video) bit.ly/s5uoxC
  • Interactive: Eleven World-Shaking Developments in 2011 on.cfr.org/t3S26d
  • North Korea After Kim on.cfr.org/sx2GY5
  • Neo-Nazi terror and Germany’s racism problem by Michael Rothberg, bit.ly/rXfMUd
  • A group of dedicated young Arab hip hop artists are using their medium to disseminate revolutionary ideas. bit.ly/tpPyyp
  • After Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan, the US has now turned its belligerent attention towards Pakistan. bit.ly/vIQMlO
  • Does Al Jazeera make a difference? The framing of the Iranian election 2009 by Al Jazeera Arabic and CNN International bit.ly/sghIqy
  • More or less desirable citizens: Mediated spaces of identity and cultural citizenship bit.ly/umQ8bD
  • New Wars Revisited:Testing Assertions about the Evolving Enemy bit.ly/uNtPke
  • The Global Energy Landscape (Video) on.cfr.org/sD3bE8
  • The Geopolitics of the Arctic (Video) on.cfr.org/rDM91k
  • The Political Protester as Time's Person of the Year ti.me/rOLERJ
  • "China-Based Hacking of 760 Companies Shows Global Cyber War" buswk.co/t6iCgz
  • Campaign 2012: The Candidates on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict on.cfr.org/vrztEl
  • The Bioterrorist Next Door Man-made killer bird flu is here. Can -- should -- governments try to stop it? bit.ly/s5gAaE
  • The Condomnation of Vladimir Putin bit.ly/vcdmSg
  • The eurozone crisis isn't about debt or deficits -- it's about a dysfunctional political system. bit.ly/tTJ68a
  • Afghanistan's Lost Decade. What Went Wrong Between the Two Bonn Conferences fam.ag/rtwZTW
  • Al-Shabaab in war of words with Kenyan army on Twitter bit.ly/viqjxz
  • How Do You Prove Someone's a Witch in Saudi Arabia? bit.ly/tCMZdY
  • Foreign Affairs: Vladimir Putin's Cyber Warriors fam.ag/uNXefn
  • How Much Did the Climate Talks in Durban Accomplish? fam.ag/v63JOR
  • Simon Dalby discusses Epistemic Community (video) bit.ly/uTPlAb
  • Welcome to Little Tory England by Martin Shaw bit.ly/v0ICEr
  • Tunisia: The Arab Spring’s first president bit.ly/tqFDiy
  • After the hope of the Arab Spring, the chill of an Arab Winter wapo.st/vCjiFs
  • The Merkelization of Europe A European Germany has become a German Europe -- and it's all downhill from here. bit.ly/tcRHoS
  • Nine Days That Shook the Kremlin bit.ly/slvo5h
  • Bangladesh: A road map for political disaster bit.ly/skSPNX
  • The Kurds’ place in the ‘Arab Spring’ by Riccardo Dugulin, bit.ly/t7wCcJ
  • David Held and Kristian Coates Ulrichsen: Wars of Decline: Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya bit.ly/tWPnDh
  • Long Live Mao: Modern Insurgency in the Republic of India bit.ly/uAKTJN
  • 10– 40,000 insurgents wage a protracted war to overthrow the Indian state across a vast “Red Corridor bit.ly/tLJA8T
  • Another multi-million dollar contract to private security operation indicates how stretched US military is becoming bit.ly/usB0lE
  • Islamist parties are ascendant throughout the Arab world. But can they rule? bit.ly/rxIYaK
  • Goldstone: Rise of the Timbis, Forget the BRICs. bit.ly/syw0fI
  • CALINGAERT: Obama's done nothing to stop Western technology firms from helping regimes crack down on protesters. bit.ly/tQW98B
  • Parliamentary Elections and the Reawakening of Russian Politics by Kathryn Stoner-Weiss fam.ag/tNX9Bt
  • Barry Eichengreen discusses the international monetary system (video) bit.ly/rsW4b4
  • Jeffrey Sachs discusses international political economy (video) bit.ly/upJRtO
  • The Bahrain ‘Spring’: the revolution that wasn’t televised bit.ly/sFLiJz
  • The question of identity revisited: the challenge of nation-building in the new South Sudan by Elfadil Ibrahim bit.ly/vw0W2F
  • Europe: from crisis to opportunity by Cas Mudde bit.ly/vSHYYh
  • Anne-Marie Slaughter - The power of many can accomplish more than any one can do alone bit.ly/tqdKED
  • Micah Zenko argues for an international code to define interstate behavior in outer space. on.cfr.org/uCefAO
  • Realpolitik and the Myanmar Spring Wondering why Hillary Clinton is in Myanmar right now? Hint: it's all about China. bit.ly/ukpspd
  • How the Ruling Council in Cairo Contained a Second Revolution fam.ag/tySchX
  • International Reporting and the Brave New World of New Journalism (video) bit.ly/rDpFRp
  • The future of diplomacy by Ole Jacob Sending, Vincent Pouliot, & Iver B. Neumann bit.ly/vr2fMa
  • Bosnia between ethnic-nationalism and Europeanization bit.ly/vOy4XB
  • Tribalism in Kenya is responsible for underdevelopment, corruption, the rigging of elections and violence. bit.ly/tcvSf6
  • A Silicon Valley startup that collates threats has quietly become indispensable to the U.S. intelligence community buswk.co/tmHjJV