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Soft Power in Asia: Everyone Wants It, No one Gets It
Soft Power in Asia: Everyone Wants It, No one Gets It

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Zachary Fillingham takes a look at a few recent soft power missteps in East Asia. 

 
The US Should Stop Calling Ukraine’s New Government ‘Legitimate’
The US Should Stop Calling Ukraine’s New Government ‘Legitimate’

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Ronan Keenan argues that overlooking the non-democratic aspects of Ukraine’s recent political transition harms the promotion of democratic values worldwide.  

 
Ukraine Must Find an East-West Balance or Risk Dissolution
Ukraine Must Find an East-West Balance or Risk Dissolution

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Mark M. Miller provides historical background on recent Ukraine tensions and offers a possible solution to the conflict. 

 
Blackbridge Cross Border’s Alexander Jarvis on Ukraine Tensions
Blackbridge Cross Border’s Alexander Jarvis on Ukraine Tensions

Following a recent trip to crisis-hit Ukraine, Blackbridge Cross Borders’ Alexander Jarvis answers questions about the economic impact of East-West tensions in the region. 

 
This Week Crimea, Next Week Kyiv
This Week Crimea, Next Week Kyiv
The Geopoliticalmonitor's John Fitzroy argues that only an assertive Western response will halt further Russian expansionism.
 
An Independent Catalonia Will Be a Good Neighbour
An Independent Catalonia Will Be a Good Neighbour
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Miquel Strubell outlines the David v. Goliath struggle faced by the Catalan independence movement. 
 
Free and Unfair Elections in Hungary
Free and Unfair Elections in Hungary

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Alexander Boehm argues that Hungary’s ruling party has tilted the institutional scales in its own favor ahead of upcoming elections in April. 

 
Does the Keystone XL Still Matter?
Does the Keystone XL Still Matter?

With the United States approaching energy independence, the Geopoliticalmonitor’s Ronan Keenan asks: “Does the Keystone XL still matter?”

 
The Fallacy of Cutting Aid in Response to Uganda’s Anti-Gay Law
The Fallacy of Cutting Aid in Response to Uganda’s Anti-Gay Law

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Alessandro Bruno reveals why an aid cut by Western governments over Uganda’s new anti-gay law would be counter-productive. 

 
Egypt: Where have all the Revolutionaries Gone?
Egypt: Where have all the Revolutionaries Gone?

The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Alessandra Bajec mourns the disappearance of the revolutionary spirit that brought protestors to Tahrir Square in 2011. 

 
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