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Candidates should carry on Reagan's quest of no nukes

It was President Ronald Reagan who said his goal was “to reduce substantially, and ultimately to eliminate, nuclear weapons and rid the world of the nuclear threat.” Reagan set in motion treaties reducing nuclear arms. 17 more words

Today in Texas History - December 3

From the Annals of the Cold War – In 1989, Presidents George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev indicated that the Cold War era was closing at a meeting in Malta.  147 more words

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As World Grapples With Terror Attacks, Activists Call for More Action on Illicit Arms Trade

By Kindred Motes

Recent extremist acts of violence in Beirut, Lebanon, Paris, France, and Bamako, Mali have rocked the global community, reigniting public discourses around terrorism and the role governments should play in both preventing and responding to it. 507 more words

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A good read on India-Pakistan

I’m working on a piece for pay, and not feeling all that well to boot, so in the absence of any more blogging from me today I would encourage you to check out… 319 more words


What is Constructivism in International Politics!?

OK, try and stick with this one, you political junkies, it will help you understand state actions better.

If you were to ask me, I would say that most people look at international conflict, and say stuff like: 1,841 more words


Guest Contributor: Chris Barber - Perspectives on experiences in the Balkans

We are pleased to share an article written by one of our very own CCSDD research assistants, Chris Barber, a second year MAIA student at Johns Hopkins University SAIS who is currently writing his thesis on the role of the constitutional court in Albania’s transition to democracy. 13 more words


The Great (Arms) Debate: And I don't mean my biceps

An open letter to those arguing that banning and/or severely limiting arms rights is wrong because, “guns do not kill people”.

While, yes, you can make an argument that infringing on this right is… 745 more words

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