Freakonomics: Authors Steven Levitt, Stephen Dubner and guest contributors blog about the hidden side of the economy.
Legal Theory Blog is Professor Lawrence B. Solum's blog on a range of international and legal issues
Kluwer Arbitration Blog deals with international law issues connected with arbitration
At War. Notes from the Front Lines is a reported blog from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and other conflicts in the post-9/11 era. The NYT's award-winning team provides insight - and answers questions - about combatants on the faultlines, and civilians caught in the middle.
EmbassyLaw tracks diplomatic and consular law as well as international organization law, with a focus on sovereignty and immunities, from a Washington, DC, practitioner's view
International Political Economy at the University of North Carolina is a group blog maintained by faculty and graduate students in the Department of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Feminist Peace Network advocates for the human rights of women by raising awareness about misogyny and the global pandemic of violence against women in all its heinous forms
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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Globalization and the Law
The Future of the United Nations
Meeting the Challenges of Global Governance in the 21st Century - Joseph Stiglitz
US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer: A Presentation on International Law
Picking Up the Pieces: Making Feminist Sense of the Iraq War and its Aftermath (Cynthia Enloe). In her presentation, Enloe focused on how feminist questioning makes it more realistic to understand the Iraq War in this globalizing era.
NATO as a peacekeeper
Ban Ki-moon: Why the UN Matters Today
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The International Regimes Database: Designing and Using a Sophisticated Tool for Institutional Analysis from Global Environmental Politics, Volume 6, issue 3 (2006)
Long Time Going: Religion and the Duration of Crusading from International Security, volume 34, issue 2 (2009)
http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/publication/18984/how_smart_and_tough_are_democracies_reassessing_theories_of_democratic_victory_in_war.htmlHow Smart and Tough Are Democracies? Reassessing Theories of Democratic Victory in War from International Security, volume 33, issue 4 (2009)
Strategic Culture and Tailored Deterrence: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice from Contemporary Security Policy, volume 30, issue (2009).
Introduction: Local feminisms, global futures from Women's Studies International Forum, Volume 22, Issue 4 (1999)
Close Encounters of a Sovereign Kind from The European Journal of International Law Vol. 20, issue 2 (2009)
The G-20 and International Economic Governance: Hegemony, Collectivism, or Both? from Global Governance Vol. 15, Issue 1 (2009)
The John W. Holmes Lecture: Can the UN Be Reformed? from Global Governance Vol. 14, Issue 1 (2008)
Beyond Compliance: Rethinking Why International Law Really Matters from Global Policy Volume 1, Issue 2
The Politics, Power, and Pathologies of International Organizations from International Organization (1999), 53
Does Flexibility Promote Cooperation? An Application to the Global Trade Regime, from International Organization (2008), 62
Omar A. Touray, "The Common African Defence and Security Policy," African Affairs 2005 104(417): 635-65.
Alan Collins, "Forming a security community: lessons from ASEAN," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 2007 7(2):203-225.
Yumiko Mikanagi, "Okinawa: women, bases and US-Japan relations," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific; 2004; 4:97-111
Yuka Hasegawa, "Is a Human Security Approach Possible? Compatibility between the Strategies of Protection and Empowerment," Journal of Refugee Studies 2007 20(1):1-20
Katarzyna Grabska, "Marginalization in Urban Spaces of the Global South: Urban Refugees in Cairo," Journal of Refugee Studies 2006 19(3):287-307
Michael Kagan, "Frontier Justice: Legal Aid and UNHCR Refugee Status Determination in Egypt," Journal of Refugee Studies 2006 19(1):45-68 Transnational Actors, International Ethics, International Regimes
Alice Szczepanikova, "Gender Relations in a Refugee Camp: A Case of Chechens Seeking Asylum in the Czech Republic," Journal of Refugee Studies 2005 18(3):281-298