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Rising Sun? Japanese Politics and the Shifting Nature of the U.S.-Japan Alliance.

November 8, 2019

by Adam Campbell 13 November 2019 ‘NATO countries must pay MORE, the United States must pay LESS. Very unfair’. @realDonaldTrump (10/07/2018). Since the beginning of his presidency, the American President Donald J. Trump has consistently stressed that America’s allies have not been pulling their weight in matters of security. He has repeatedly criticised nations for … Continue reading “Rising Sun? Japanese Politics and the Shifting Nature of the U.S.-Japan Alliance.”


The Road to Oligarchic Peace: Comparing the Nashville Conventions of 1850 and the Severodonetsk Congress of 2004

November 5, 2019

by Daria Platonova 5 November 2019 In March 1850, following a compromise motion on slavery tabled by Henry Clay in the US Congress and the debates that ensued John Calhoun, a statesman from the slave-holding state of South Carolina, threatened the “aggressive” North with southern secession if it continued to encroach upon the rights of … Continue reading “The Road to Oligarchic Peace: Comparing the Nashville Conventions of 1850 and the Severodonetsk Congress of 2004”


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