Journal of Rising Powers Vol.1 Issue 2

The new Global South, 11 August 2017

Contents

THE DIPLOMATIQUE INTERNATIONALE OF SEINFELD
DR. MATTHEW CROSSTON
CAN THE DRC STOP THE NEXT EBOLA OUTBREAK?
SAMANTHA MALOOF
SUDAN SEEKS CLOSER COOPERATION WITH RUSSIA
KESTER KENN KLOMEGAH

CHINA'S TRANSFORMING AFRICA BY THE RAIL OR OFF THE TRAIL
JOSEPH NDUNGU
AFRICANS RISING: THE TIME FOR ACTION IS NOW

CLEAN ENERGY IN SOUTH ASIA AND BEYOND
MAHMUDUL HASAN
THAILAND AND THE INEQUALITY CHALLENGES
RATTANA LAO
INDIA, MYANMAR AND THE INDO-PACIFIC ECONOMIC CORRIDOR
TRIDIVESH SINGH MAINI
A REVERSE SIDE OF STRUGGLE AGAINST ISIS IN CENTRAL ASIA
URAN BOTOBEKOV
UZBEKISTAN TO CREATE OWN MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX BY 2022
YURIY KOROL
THE NEW GEOPOLITICS OF THE UYGHUR MOVEMENT
GIANCARLO ELIA VALORI
THE GULF CRISIS: A LESSON IN REPUTATION MANAGEMENT
DR. JAMES M. DORSEY
ENSURING A LONG-TERM WIN AGAINST ISIS IN MOSUL
ANNE SPECKHARD, PH.D. , GRACE WAKIM & ARDIAN SHAJKOVCI , PH.D.

NEW SANCTIONS ON IRAN AND OPTIONS FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION IN MIDDLE EAST
AMNAH AMJAD
REBRANDING UNESCO: AN INTERVIEW WITH H.E. DR. HAMAD AL KAWARI UNESCO DIRECTOR GENERAL CANDIDATE
DIMITRIS GIANNAKOPOULOS
THE ROAD TO 2018:MEXICO
LISDEY ESPINOZA PEDRAZA
BRAZIL IN THE SHORT STRIKES: THE ULTIMATE PRICE OF WELFARE
LUISA MONTEIRO
CHINA, RUSSIA AND THE SHIFTING LANDSCAPE OF ARMS SALES
SIEMON T. WEZEMAN
COOPERATION OR CONNECTIVITY: HOW WILL THE SCO FUNCTION FROM NOW?
WANG LI & PALAMDORJ BAYARTSETSEG
THE CHALLENGE OF THE INDIGENOUS ARMS INDUSTRY: THE ASCENDANT AND DEPENDENT CLASSES
DAVID DAVIDIAN
POLITICIZED INTELLIGENCE/ WOUNDED DEMOCRACY
DR. MATTHEW CROSSTON
TELEGRAM: THE MIGHTY APPLICATION THAT ISIS LOVES
AHMET S. YAYLA, PH.D.

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