Current Event Week 4: The Implications of the Nuclear Deal in Iran

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Articles: http://www.cfr.org/iran/nuclear-deal-transform-iran/p37834 Will the Nuclear Deal Transform Iran? Reflection: The Iranian Nuclear Deal  is a highly controversial topic in the US. Some believe it to be too soft while others support it. However, this article points to the implications that it might have in the next 15 years for changing the political climate in Iran … Continue reading Current Event Week 4: The Implications of the Nuclear Deal in Iran

Current Event Week 3: Foreign Policy at the Party Conventions

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Article: http://www.cfr.org/elections/foreign-policy-conventions/p37841 Reflection: Throughout the years foreign policy has played a significant role at party conventions leading up to General Elections. However, the amount of attention foreign policy receives is usually dependent on the geopolitical context that the US finds itself in at the time of the conventions. During this primary season, it has been … Continue reading Current Event Week 3: Foreign Policy at the Party Conventions

International Political Economy Research

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Globalisation and Inequality: A Structuralist Approach Exploitation, Dependency, and Neo-Imperialism in the Global Capitalist System Full Text Abstract: Structuralism is an IPE perspective, which provides a unique voice for the oppressed, developing Third World nations. Scholars provide a perspective with emphasis on the analysis of the inequalities that are produced from globalization. Structuralism, therefore, focuses […]