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Monthly International Relations Discussions

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  • 6 days ago · 4:00 PM

    China-Russia Relations

    12 Informed citizens.

    In April 2017, Moscow's ambassador to Beijing said: “Relations between Russia and China are at an unprecedented level.” Through their partnership, China buys Russian oil... Learn more

  • July 9 · 4:00 PM


    8 Informed citizens. | 5.00

    For most of the first half of the 20th century, Venezuela was ruled by generally benevolent military strongmen who promoted the oil industry and allowed for some social... Learn more

  • June 11 · 4:00 PM

    The Growth of Populism

    8 Informed citizens. | 5.00

    American political scientist Francis Fukuyama has said that “populism is the label political elites attach to policies supported by ordinary citizens that they don’t... Learn more

  • May 14 · 4:00 PM

    The Korean Peninsula

    12 Informed citizens. | 5.00

    Call[masked] if you get lost. Since the Korean War, the Korean Peninsula has been a tense and unstable region.  Last Tuesday, May 9, South Koreans elected a new... Learn more

  • March 12 · 4:00 PM

    Exporting Democracy?

    16 Informed citizens.

    The United States has attempted to export liberal democratic institutions through military occupation and reconstruction throughout its history, with mixed results. For... Learn more

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