Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

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ISBN: 9781626164635 (1626164630)

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Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
Winter/Spring 2017
Volume 18, No. 1
Margaret Schaack and Will Evans, Editors

The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is the official publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Founded to serve as an academic resource for scholars, business leaders, policymakers, and students of international relations alike, the journal cultivates a dialogue accessible to those with varying levels of knowledge about foreign affairs and international politics. Each volume year the journal provides readers with three issues featuring an array of timely, peer-reviewed content that bridges the gap between the work performed by news outlets and that by more traditional academic journals. The first two issues feature a section titled "Forum" that offers focused analysis on a specific key issue, as well as eight regular sections: Books, Business & Economics, Conflict & Security, Culture & Society, Dialogues, Law & Ethics, Politics & Diplomacy, and Science & Technology. The third is a special issue, International Engagement on Cyber. Issue 18.1's Forum theme is the "global commons," with articles on the Internet as a global public good, the implications of military and security uses of outer space, and international water management challenges.

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Editor's Note

Forum: The Global Commons
Introduction: Protecting the Global Commons: The Challenge of Collective Action
Elizabeth Mrema
1. Getting Connected: The Internet and Its Role as a Global Public Good
An Interview with John Garrity
2. Global Commons, Cosmic Commons: Implications of Military and Security Uses of Outer Space
Cassandra Steer
3. Making Every Drop Count: International Responses to Water Management Challenges
Interviews with Madeline Baer and Janice Gray

Culture & Society
4. The Rise of the Radical Right in Eastern Europe: Between Mainstreaming and Radicalization
Michael Minkenberg

Business & Economics
5. Utilizing Secondary Sanctions to Curtail the Financing of the Islamic State
Jimmy Gurulé
6. Maritime Policy: Beyond Economic Concerns and Private Business Interests
An Interview with Giacomo Morabito

Politics & Diplomacy
7. Examining the US Rebalance in Southeast Asia after Obama
Hunter Marston

Law & Ethics
8. "It Ain't Over till It's Over...": Legal Aspects of the Brexit Vote
Hannes Hofmeister and Belén Olmos Giupponi

Conflict & Security
9. Countering Terrorism in the International Arena: An Evaluation
Marie Breen-Smyth

10. Examining the United States—Saudi Arabia Relationship
An Interview with Perry Cammack

11. Review of Tom Wainwright's Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel
Nathan Jones