Nytt i februar 2012

  • Joseph Nye: Is America in Decline? (YouTube) ow.ly/9hLXK

  • James Fallows: Obama, Explained ow.ly/9hLyk
  • Peter Wilson: Winning Ugly in Venezuela. Chávez painting his opponent as gay, Zionist Nazi out to destroy the country ow.ly/9hJRQ
  • Brian Fishman and Phil Mudd: Al Qaeda on the Ropes. Reeling, but the fight is not over. ow.ly/9hJOW
  • Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan: Project_ID: Who’s bugging the Russian opposition? ow.ly/9hJK0
  • Hilary Wainwright: 'An excess of democracy' (Occupy Wall Street) ow.ly/9hJFz
  • Ulysses: Hip hop and the Arab uprisings. ow.ly/9hJzU
  • Stephen Galloway: How Hollywood Conquered the World (All Over Again). ow.ly/9giSv
  • Joshua E. Keating: Celluloid Superpowers. The world's biggest film producers and how they've fared on Oscar night. ow.ly/9giEX
  • Peter Passell: Why Capital Flows Uphill. Capital moves from poor countries to rich ones. Here's why ow.ly/9giux
  • Philip Stephens: Europe says goodbye to solidarity ow.ly/9giki
  • Joshua Landis: Middle East Policy: Why the Assad Regime is Likely to Survive to 2013 ow.ly/9gi9K
  • Giorgio Griziotti, Dario Lovaglio, and Tiziana Terranova: Netwar 2.0: the convergence of streets and networks ow.ly/9f0yw
  • Melchior, Arne et al.: Norsk handel med de fattigste – mellom profitt og utviklingspolitikk (NUPI-Rapport) ow.ly/9eZZ2
  • Johnny Dwyer: Big Oil, Small Country (Liberia) ow.ly/9eZPV
  • Joel Wit & Jenny Town: Dealing with the Kims. North Korean negotiators are a tough, wily bunch. ow.ly/9eYMb
  • Special Journal issue "Peace, Conflict and Development " Approaches to Peace and Conflict, what is missing? ow.ly/9dft6
  • Richard D Wolff: Global Capitalism. Lecture on YouTube ow.ly/9hLT6 and bit.ly/yOaqUg

  • Tareq Baconi: Palestinians learning lessons. What has been happening to Hamas and Abbas over the past few months? ow.ly/9dfo9
  • Gábor Schein: Speaking with double tongues: what’s gone wrong in Hungary? ow.ly/9dflp
  • Baktybek Abdrisaev and Alexey Semyonov: Spring: coming soon to Central Asia? ow.ly/9dfcS
  • Julia Ioffe: Tightening the Screws. Messing with opposition media as a shaky Putin looks toward the elections. ow.ly/9df1D
  • CHRISTIAN CARYL: Rude Awakening. Promoting democracy in places like Egypt or Iraq is about changing the status quo. ow.ly/9desf
  • Simon Schunz: Explaining the evolution of European Union foreign climate policy. ow.ly/9deaG
  • Clyde Prestowitz: China's not breaking the rules. It's playing a different game.http://ow.ly/9ddKu
  • Kelly McEvers: The Crackdown. The US looked the other way as Bahrain crushed the Arab Spring’s most ill-fated uprising. ow.ly/9bNGK
  • Laura Hammond: What role for the diaspora in Somalia's future? gu.com/p/35fyv/tf
  • Rachael Crook. Gays, Gods and Governments': homophobia in Uganda ow.ly/9bq0u
  • Chris Grey: The EU antagonises both Left and Right ow.ly/9bpUB
  • Franco Galdini: Fighting to remain relevant? The PKK in 2012. ow.ly/9bpOY
  • Gerry Hassan: Free Scotland. Why the Scots want independence.http://ow.ly/99M7w
  • Mark Bowden: War of the cyber worm: the most destructive attack on the internet ow.ly/99LvF
  • Paul Conneally: Digital humanitarianism (Ted Talk on YouTube) ow.ly/99mIa

  • Scott Radnitz: Waiting for Spring. Revolution in Central Asia, then? Don't hold your breath. ow.ly/99k57
  • Eric Pape: California on the Seine. Nicolas Sarkozy is now officially running again for president ow.ly/99jYJ
  • Katie Drummond: Pentagon’s Project ‘Avatar’: Same as the Movie, but With Robots Instead of Aliens ow.ly/980T2
  • Raka Shome: Mapping the Limits of Multiculturalism in the Context of Globalization ow.ly/97ZSp
  • Martin Jelsma & Pien Metaal; Chewing over Khat prohibition. The globalisation of control and regulation.http://ow.ly/97Zw4
  • Paul Rogers: America, Israel, Iran: mediation vs war ow.ly/97Zgo
  • Justin Vaïsse: The Sick Man of Europe Is Europe bit.ly/yGGH8F
  • Melissa Bert: A Strategy to Advance the Arctic Economy on.cfr.org/AErkl1
  • Sami Zubaida: Women, democracy and dictatorship in the Middle East ow.ly/96q5x
  • European Integration Online Papers (Special Mini-Issue): 'EU Law, Governance and Social Policy' ow.ly/96pP9
  • Elfadil Ibrahim: The US needs to rethink its strategy with Sudan ow.ly/953Vo
  • Ivar Windheim: Konfliktbildet 2010–2011 (hvorhenderdet / NUPI) ow.ly/953OK
  • J.M. Berger: Al Qaeda has joined forces with its Somali cousin, the insurgent-terrorist group al-Shabab. ow.ly/953Et
  • Even Nord: Gene out of the bottle: an interview with Dr Gene Sharp, author of 'From Dictatorship to Democracy' ow.ly/99kTb . Se traileren for filmen om Gene Sharp under.

  • Andrea Bonime-Blanc: The Fight Against Corruption Goes Global. The Year Protestors Said Enough. ow.ly/953wh
  • John Sullivan and Adam Elkus: The Strategic Challenge of Riots. Riot Action and Crowd Power ow.ly/93zTU
  • Lionel Beehner: The Civil War Paradox ow.ly/93zA7
  • Anne-Marie Brinkman: A new way: Somaliland's statebuilding ow.ly/93zov
  • David Rieff: Save Us from the Liberal Hawks. Syria's a tragedy. But it's not our problem. ow.ly/93z9z
  • Michael A. Cohen: The Counterterrorism Consensus. How liberals ended up supporting the the secret war on terror ow.ly/93yX7
  • Kerry Brown: The Insider. China's heir apparent - the cleanest, least offensive, most loyal the party could find ow.ly/93yM6
  • Mary Kaldor: Syria: yes to intervention, but de-escalate the broader conflict ow.ly/91YbS
  • Mark Salter: Democracy for all? Minority rights and democratisation ow.ly/90CM5
  • Sean Mann: How the Arab League turned against Syria ow.ly/90qza
  • William Davies: Uneconomics: a challenge to the power of the economics profession ow.ly/90qwo
  • Adam Isacson: Colombia, a state of flux ow.ly/90qh8
  • Peter Passell: Embarrassment of Riches. Natural resources would seem to promise easy money. Welcome to the dark side. ow.ly/8ZX6P
  • Salman Shaikh: A Failure to Communicate. Why doesn't Israel understand the Arab Spring? ow.ly/8ZWXt
  • Hossein Mousavian: How to Engage Iran. What Went Wrong Last Time — And How to Fix It ow.ly/8ZWCF
  • ICT for Peacebuilding: How to bypass Twitter’s censorship in-country ow.ly/8XSpv
  • Isaac Stone Fish: The Muddle Kingdom. China has a serious PR problem. bit.ly/xq7S82
  • Christopher Alessi: Expanding China-Africa Oil Ties ow.ly/8XRKZ
  • Russian airborne veterans with anti-Putin song on YouTube (se videoen under - slå på engelske undertekster)



  • Michael Weiss & Julia Pettengill: Brothers in Arms. Putin support Syrian regime to shore up faltering support in Russia ow.ly/8QOht
  • Diksha Sahni: (Facebook app) ‘Angry Brides’ Takes on India’s Dowry Culture ow.ly/8XPT8 Appen finner du på: on.fb.me/xzO3cx
  • Mary C. Joyce: Digital Activism 101: The 5 Activist Functions of Technology ow.ly/8Wpdh
  • Ketil Lismoen: Hollywood versus Washington ow.ly/8WoP2
  • Morten Bøås: Nigeria: the challenge of “Boko Haram II” ow.ly/8Wouh
  • LC Russell Hsiao: Taiwan's election, and the need for nuance ow.ly/8Wo9q
  • Christian Caryl: No Joke. Burma's famous comedian-cum-activist explains why he can forgive but refuses to forget. ow.ly/8WnYP
  • Afyare Abdi Elmi and Abdi Aynte: Negotiating an End to Somalia's War with al Shaabab ow.ly/8WnL7
  • Nicholas Noe: In Syria, We Need to Bargain With the Devil ow.ly/8WnFr
  • Kristin Engh Førde: Martyrer på Facebook. Iranske kvinneaktivister driver ideologisk kamp på Facebook. ow.ly/8UWqh
  • Vicken Cheterian: Tunisia: a year of all dangers. ow.ly/8UVDQ
  • Sadanand Dhume: The "Untouchable". Meet Mayawati, India's multi-millionaire lower-caste power broker and politician. ow.ly/8UVdG
  • Charles Kenny: There Will Not Be Blood. Crime is down in a big way, thanks to violent movies? ow.ly/8UUYV
  • The Guardian: Internet biggest breeding ground for violent extremism, ministers warn - ow.ly/8TviA
  • Aleksandra Nedzi: Are Bosnian and Herzegovinian victims of wartime rape finally being given constructive attention? bit.ly/xqRb4L eller les artikkelen under om Angelina Jolies film om temaet.
  • Peter Lippman: Bosnia: blood, honey, and war's legacy (Angelina Jolie's film) ow.ly/8Won2


  • Anne-Marie Slaughter: How the World Could—and Maybe Should—Intervene in Syria (R2P) ow.ly/8TuvH
  • Dmitri Trenin: Russia's Line in the Sand on Syria. Why Moscow Wants To Halt the Arab Spring. ow.ly/8Tuc6
  • Félix Stalder: Anonym. Guttestrekene som ble politiske. ow.ly/8TsFP
  • Department of Homeland Security website hacked by Anonymous ow.ly/8ScuX
  • Tania Branigan: China cut off internet in area of Tibetan unrest bit.ly/wecsqh
  • Cui Zhang, Charles William Meadows III: International Coverage, Foreign Policy, and National Image ow.ly/8S8Yk
  • Michael Bröning: Tipping the scales within Hamas bit.ly/Aza3ZV
  • James Traub: The Cynics at the Gates. The world is still unwilling -- or unable -- to bring atrocities to an end. bit.ly/xTwmuh
  • Arif Rafiq:The Coming Civil War in Afghanistan bit.ly/xDf5en
  • Michael Scherer: Class War 2012: Why Both Parties Are Flying the Anti-Wall Street Banner ow.ly/8S8na
  • Christopher Alessi and Robert McMahon: U.S. Trade Policy in Transition bit.ly/y0m11l
  • Barbara Elias-Sanborn: The Pakistani Taliban's Coming Divide. How the Death of Its Leader Could Be Bad for the US ow.ly/8QO9O
  • Transnational Institute State of Corporate Power 2012 ow.ly/8QkIx
  • Andrei Soldatov: Just business: how Russian technology provides the eyes and ears for the world’s Big Brothers ow.ly/8QjVD