Strategic Autonomy and U.S.-Indian Relations

Enika Vania

For decades after gaining independence in 1947, Indian foreign policy was guided by one overarching principle: non-alignment. Considered a “central component of Indian identity in global politics,” the doctrine counseled India against entanglement in the Cold War and alignment with either the United States or the Soviet Union, while seeking […]

Illustrating a Worldwide Viewpoint on American Politics and Culture

Enika Vania

There is a deep layering in artwork that engages critical discussion and thought towards the ailments of society–from social constructs to political dissent. In “Posters on Politics 2020”, an exhibition curated by artist Donna Jackson of DMJ Studio, neighborhood and international visible artwork-makers deliver commentary on political functions, figures, philosophies and ideologies.  […]

Annette Freyberg-Inan appointed professor of Global Relations Theory

Enika Vania

Freyberg-Inan is a generalist scholar in the fields of Political Science and Intercontinental Relations. Her investigate focusses, inter alia, on the theory and epistemology of international relations international political overall economy and globalisation and European integration and democratisation. As an UvA professor, Freyberg-Inan will go on to give overarching theoretical, […]

Marsin Alshamary

Enika Vania

Marsin Alshamary is a publish-doctoral research fellow with the International Coverage method. Her investigation focuses on Iraqi politics, Iraqi-U.S. relations, Shiite political activism, as effectively as civil culture and social movements in the broader Center East. When at Brookings, she is working on her e-book, which examines the job of […]