Isaac Kfir

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Isaac Kfir, Independent consultant, Advisory Board, International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law and Adjunct Professor, Charles Sturt University

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Washington should rely in Australia to lead in the South Pacific

The Australian government has led the charge in calling out Beijing’s attempts to undermine the rules-based, post-Second World War liberal international order. To address the...

Addressing the infodemic should be the key priority of a Biden administration

The 2020 election underlined the growing tribalism in the United States with many seeing it as a referendum on the soul, identity, and future of the United States. One...

How Prime Minister Abiy looking to change Ethiopia

Reportedly, while speaking with Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump suggested Egypt could bomb the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The comment comes several months after President...

SADC, Zimbabwe and Sanctions

Reports suggest the South Africa Development Community (SADC) is growing increasingly impatient with President Mnangagwa’s willingness to impose repressive measures. The speculation emerged in...

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and the failure of a transactional foreign policy

On August 27, Foreign Policy reported that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was considering suspending $130 million worth of US aid to Ethiopia. Within...

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Time to Rein in Unaccountable AI Platforms: A Call for Civil Society Involvement and Responsible Development

Addressing the lack of accountability among digital platforms is...

Russia and the G5 Sahel Group’s Indivisible Security Relationship

In practical terms, the indisputable geopolitical changes and the...

Anchoring Stability in the HoA: The Transformative Impact of Somalia-Turkey Maritime Security Pact

The ratification of the Maritime Security and Economic Development...

Lithuania has “addicted” to military purchases from the U.S.

Lithuania is actively strengthening its Armed Forces and purchasing...
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