Emerging Donors and Knowledge Sharing for Development: The Case of Korea

Emerging Donors and Knowledge Sharing for Development: The Case of Korea

Editor-in-Chief

By Moctar Aboubacar*  Abstract—The field of international development cooperation is being increa…

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Jan
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Arrested Institutional Development: Resource Dependence and Legal Institutions

Arrested Institutional Development: Resource Dependence and Legal Instituti…

Editor-in-Chief

By Kari Lipschutz* Abstract—Literature on the resource curse has attempted to explain all manne…

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Jan
1
Not the Bad Apple Story, Again! Why the Colombian Military Needs Immediate Reform

Not the Bad Apple Story, Again! Why the Colombian Military Needs Immediate…

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By Michael Reed Hurtado* The Colombian government says that security sector reform is off-limit…

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Jan
1
Ukraine’s EuroMaidan isn’t Just for the Right

Ukraine’s EuroMaidan isn’t Just for the Right

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By Jennifer J. Carroll* Outside the sphere of Russian propaganda, the Kremlin’s assertion that…

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Jan
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South Sudan’s Post-Secession Crisis in a Comparative Perspective

South Sudan’s Post-Secession Crisis in a Comparative Perspective

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By Goitom Gebreluel and Kjetil Tronvoll* South Sudan began its descent into chaos less than thr…

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Jan
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Articles»

Crossing the Red Line: International Legal Limits on Policy Options

By Todd Robinson, Paul F. Diehl, and Tyler Pack*  Abstract—The apparent use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime in Syria and the potential development of nuclear weapons by Iran have brought “red lines” to the forefront of public discourse and policy-making. In the former, U.S. President Obama threatened retaliatory measures were Syria ever to […]

Interviews»

Seeing Atrocity Crimes as Processes, Not Single Events

An Interview with UN Special Adviser Adama Dieng* YJIA: When you recently spoke at Yale you talked about the importance of managing diversity in order to prevent conflict. Can you talk a bit more about how you support member states in achieving this? Is this something you are currently working on within the Central African […]

Op-Eds»

The Transparency of the Quotidian: Whither Japan?

Nathan Hopson* Take a look at the tag cloud from this journal’s webpage. The frequency with which a given word or phrase is tagged in relation to the YJIA’s content is shown by relative size, an indication of that topic’s level of coverage. For example, protracted American military and political engagement in the Middle East […]

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