Can a LawGPT flip the law market upside down?
Papyrus Review of Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
📜 If I had to rewrite the whole book on a singe papyrus scroll, which parts would I keep? By Alexandros Sainidis Why is this book beneficial for those interested in International Relations? Because by nature we are generalists. We study the biggest social actors, states and international organisations, which cover enormous parts of Earth’s … Continue reading Papyrus Review of Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
The Blueprint for International Relations (or how to read the World)
If you only have ten minutes to understand what is happening globally, read this.
How a UN mission increased the local prices of Offices
Gold is valuable because it is scarce. Same goes for offices.
How to cope with decease in science
What happens when a scientific topic dies?
Prediction and International Relations
Predictions are cringe.
The Economics Aversion in Humanitarian Science
Even if we discard the tools offered by the discipline of economics, the larger problem lays in the inability to use quantitative methods that are native to politics.
The Chronicle of the Catalan Question
By Maria Giannakopoulou, The right of a people to self-determination is a striking and of highest importance right in the domain of modern international law. Going back to history, we spot the first time of its reference during the Westphalian Era, when the first European states as known today begun taking shape and appeared determined … Continue reading The Chronicle of the Catalan Question
Soft-Power and the concept of ‘Mosaic Diplomacy’.
International politics could be compared to a mosaic which depicts power, both hard and soft.
How Macron took lessons from de Gaulle’s Playbook
Jigsaw: The Power of Pictures
Presented by Alexandros Sainidis This post is part of the Jigsaw series where we share enlightening excerpts we find in books. Some words and ideas are more impactful when expressed by their writers, as they are. When I was a child, my mother would often say that mathematics is the global language – not English. … Continue reading Jigsaw: The Power of Pictures
The Internet Products
The end of the Cold War coincides with the Internet’s true development.
A rare text to see in a Russian book
This is something George Kennan would be pleased to read.
Chinese Thought and the Structure of Global Power
Becoming the biggest player in history
Can Video Games Make Wars Less Atrocious?
Final Fantasy Tactics games are a good influence regarding International Humanitarian Law
The Coronavirus might make the Contiguous Zone relevant
Dibs on Contiguous Zone becoming more relevant.
To feel like a State
Lv 2: This post is a part of my Video Games series. Humans have the capacity to be empathetic. Personally I am even more empathetic when it comes to a videogame character I am invested in. Regardless if you can read between the lines of world politics or not, we all have the ability to … Continue reading To feel like a State