Foreign Policy, Values and Universal Applicability

Foreign Policy, Values and Universal Applicability

Values, principles, interests, objectives – though they are too often casually conflated to mean the same thing, there is a difference between these various words. All countries may claim to have values in foreign affairs, but they usually mean interests or strategies. Values are something else; they are deep-seated, usually inherited though long cultural, societal…

Technology, Values and Foreign Policy

Technology, Values and Foreign Policy

With fifty percent of the world’s population below the age of 30, and the values of this generation becoming the leitmotifs of international discourse, international-relations frameworks are steadily assimilating and adapting to these changes in value systems. Emerging value systems and technological breakthroughs complement each other. The history of international affairs and the history of…