Petroleum is a more likely cause of international conflict than wheat.
Pre-emptive war might fall within the framework of international law.
I actually think that one of the most dangerous phenomena is the bowing to expertise, whether it’s in international relations or how to use technologies.
That is because the conflict with al Qaeda is not governed by the Geneva Conventions, which applies only to international conflicts between states that have signed them.
Kotter International is about leading large-scale change, not just managing it.
New legislation has just been adopted by the International Labour Organization on the Worst Forms of Child Labor, such as bonded labour, prostitution and hazardous work.
Obama’s failure to close Guantanamo is yet another instance where the rhetoric of democratic and constitutional rights proved not useful for his international relations, relations which are always pursued in ways that continue to link and fortify securitarian power with the opening of new markets.
The opportunities that Gorbachev created for international relations have also been missed, perhaps even lost – here, however, primarily because of the United States.
As international support for Obama’s decision to attack Syria has collapsed, along with the credibility of government claims, the administration has fallen back on a standard pretext for war crimes when all else fails: the credibility of the threats of the self-designated policeman of the world.
Those in the international community that refuse to put red lines before Iran don’t have a moral right to place a red light before Israel.