Marketing Direct Mag - Local & Central Government Emails Archive

Central & Local Government Urls listed,
IS YOURS?

Also in e.foreignaffairs.com

The Case for Offshore Balancing

 
 
Sponsored by United Nations Publications
 
 
The amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima on the Hudson River in New York, May 2011.
The Case for Offshore Balancing
A Superior U.S. Grand Strategy
 
By John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt
 
READ MORE
 
 
 
A container ship enters New York Harbor, November 2015.
 
The Truth About Trade
 
What Critics Get Wrong About the Global Economy
 
By Douglas A. Irwin
 
The Over-Promised Land: at the beach in Tel Aviv, December 2014.
 
Israel Among the Nations
 
How to Make the Most of Uncertain Times
 
By Robert M. Danin
 
 
 
 
Advertisement: United Nations Publications
 
 
Users of United Nations iLibrary have access to publications, journals and series containing UN knowledge on key topics including international peace and security, human rights, economic and social development, climate change, statistics, etc. The content can be viewed on both desktop and mobile devices at no cost. Premium functionality and downloadable editions are available as part of a subscription service. For inquiries please contact ilibrary@un.org.

Learn More >>
 
 
 
FROM YESTERDAY
 
 
Authoritarian India
 
The success of authoritarian leaders in India appears to be part of a global trend, encompassing Rodrigo Duterte’s recent presidential victory in the Philippines, Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s 2014 presidential win in Turkey, and the unexpected success of Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump in the United States. 
 
By Kanchan Chandra
 
 
 
Clinton's Legacy on Gay Rights
 
Without Hillary Clinton’s efforts, the global struggle for equality for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people would not have proceeded as fast as it has in the past several years, nor would the United States be seen today as a global leader in that struggle.
 
By Omar G. Encarnación
 
 
 
Ahmadinejad's Comeback?
 
It was a relief to the international community when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the confrontational leader of Iran, retired in 2013 after a turbulent eight-year term as Iranian president and was replaced by Hassan Rouhani. But he may be coming back.
 
By Kasra Naji
 
 
 
Afghanistan After Mansour
 
The killing of Taliban leader Akhtar Mohammad Mansour in May 2016 is unlikely to transform the conflict in Afghanistan or improve the prospects for a deal between Kabul and the Taliban. In the coming months, the United States’ presence in the country will be as important as ever. 
 
By Seth G. Jones
 
 
 
The Landmark Trial Against Dictator Hissène Habré
 
The trial against Hissène Habré will go down in history as the first time an African court prosecuted a former head of state for crimes against humanity and made prosecuting sexual violence a priority.
 
By Kim Thuy Seelinger
 
 
 
 
Read Our New Issue on Israel
 
Subscribe Now and Save 55%
 
 
 
Did someone forward you this newsletter? Get Foreign Affairs delivered to your inbox.
 
 
Twitter icon FOLLOW ON TWITTER Facebook icon LIKE ON FACEBOOK YouTube icon WATCH ON YOUTUBE
 
 
 
Home   |   Contact Us   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use   |   Subscribe
If you wish to unsubscribe from this newsletter, please click here.
Foreign Affairs Home
 

© 2017 All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated | .gov.uk email communications

Email gcs@cabinet-office.gsi.gov.uk | GCS - 020 7276 2295

Marketing Direct Mag - © Crown copyright | All printing supplied by PrintUK.com | Part of Spamdex - the spam archive for the internet

E-Marketing Madness

We have helpful advice from marketing experts across the globe, learn their tips and tricks and make your company more successful.