Neutrality Studies

Neutrality and Nonalignment in International Relations

Neutrality Studies is an international academic research project, for the study of neutrality as a concept in international relations, sociology, international law, diplomacy, political science, security, and history.

The research group organizes conferences, workshops, and publications for a scholarly understanding of neutrality.


Hegemony or Bust

Novelty has observers rummaging through their inventory of ideas and concepts to find one to fit the new experience. Its…

On Diplomatic Professionalism

In a world of shifting power balances, Americans can no longer compete internationally with wealth and weaponry alone.  We live in…

Eyeless on Gaza

Denial of civil liberties, accompanied by punishment for anybody who exposes those violations, has become commonplace in contemporary America. Yet,…

A New Functional Human Rights Paradigm

All rights derive from human dignity. Codification of human rights is never definitive and never exhaustive, but constitutes an evolutionary…
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Upcoming Seminars and Talks

Past Seminars

Oman as a Neutral State

June 12, 2023. A seminar by Pascal Lottaz at Waseda University, Building 3 Room 602.
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