Dr Joel Campbell of Troy University, Pacific Region, reflects on how the socio-political ideas of Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica have gained greater depth and understanding of the world over the years.
One hundred years on, how are we commemorating the First World War? An examination of the political, economical and social implications of the 1914-1918 conflict.
Bilateral relations between China and Japan have historically been positive, yet the two countries have formed a situation of mutual distrust regarding both strategic and moral issues. Shi Chen discusses the reasons for the “locked” status of Sino-Japanese relations.
Half a century after its inception, Professor Joel Campbell looks back at Star Trek and explains why the cherished television franchise is a perfect tool for illustrating concepts of international relations in the classroom.
Dilton Ribeiro argues that China and Japan’s territorial disputes, such as the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands, present an opportunity for both countries to focus not on their differences but on their commonalities.