Harvard International Review

Current Feature: Gender & International Relations

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The Personal and the Political: Gender in International Relations

As we await the December release of our Fall 2014/Winter 2015 issue, The Personal and the Political: Gender in International Relations, watch out for gender-related content coming out online! …...

Perspectives

US President Barack Obama with Hu Jintao, former General Secretary of the Communist Party. By White House (Pete Souza), public domain, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.

Beijing’s Ménluó Doctrine: If it was good for America, should it be good for China?

Beijing has an incremental foreign policy in the South China Sea, which appears to resonate with America’s Monroe Doctrine. When the increasingly assertive new...
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Ebola: The Teaching and Learning Moment

Winston Churchill famously said, “never let a good crisis go to waste”. The Ebola crisis in West Africa is not a good crisis. It...
Dilma Rousseff receives the presidential sash from Lula da Silva. By Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebomy. CC-BY-3.0-br, via
Wikimedia Commons.

Foreign Policy in Brazil: A neglected debate

In the last decade, the priority of Brazilian foreign policy has been to become an influential and respected global player. The Lula government (2003-10)...
Server room of BalticServers. CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

The Social Contract 2.0: Big Data and the Need to Guarantee Privacy and Civil Liberties

Much has been written regarding the rate of technological innovation and how these advancements might provide solutions to the emerging challenges facing humanity in...