Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs Articles

  • Regional Security Complexes and African Foreign Policies

    Given state fragility, African leaders conduct foreign policies and “securitize” a range of external and domestic challenges as part of efforts to guarantee regime and state survival. I argue that RSCs are structured relationships that provide utility with which to analyze African

  • The Fall of Afghanistan

    The current state of Afghanistan is an illusion of Western diplomacy, a conflagration of religious and ethnic groups unwillingly forced together in formation of a “nation” as the United Nations and the predominant powers within prefer to establish a world on a rules-based order. As a


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