Is Afghanistan Going to Break Apart?

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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The People Power Revolution

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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Sanctions on North Korea Do Not Work

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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How Sustainable Is India’s Prosperity?

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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Will the US Maintain Its Strategic Ambiguity Toward Taiwan?

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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For 20 Years in Afghanistan, Ignorance Was Bliss

The world over, new technologies are transforming our societies and, in particular, the practice of politics. Politicians increasingly circumvent the mainstream media by building up their own mass audiences on social media, while citizens and activists express their views and political communities online. These trends have become evident in Indonesia, a large developing country in southeast Asia with a population of  277 million. After the hosting of the G20 summit...

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