Thomas Ameyaw-Brobbey

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Thomas Ameyaw-Brobbey is an Assistant Professor of International Relations, Diplomacy and Security at the Faculty of Law and Public Administration, Yibin University, Sichuan, China. His research interests span international relations issues, security issues (civil conflicts and wars, human security), state-building, domestic governance institutions of developing countries, China-African public diplomacy, and political communication.

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The Taliban Takeover and Afghans Ontological (In)Security

Since the Taliban retook power in Afghanistan in mid-August 2021, the general public, media, and academic environments have tremendously discussed the event’s security implications....

Would Afghanistan’s Sneeze Make Taiwan Catch a Cold?

People have expressed disappointment at how Afghanistan was packaged and handed over to the Taliban like Santa’s Christmas gift. However, President Biden “stands squarely...

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Chinese intervention in the Red Sea and its relationship to the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip

Many questions and analyzes have been raised regarding the...

Western Volunteer Combat Troops for Ukraine and Asymmetrical Warfare at Sea

Until Russia understands that their current path will lead...

Australia’s Response and Actions to the Solomon-China Security Pact

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