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Cultural Relations Quarterly Review
Volume 7. Issue 3.


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Marin Ekstrom: Forbidden frontier: An analysis of the Southern Kuril Islands dispute from three theoretical frameworks
Isabella Moggs: Stateless: An insight into the harrowing conditions of Australia’s immigration detention system
Tekla Gabritchidze: Is China a status quo/security seeking, or a revisionist/greedy power?
Aisling Maria Keys: Does the idea of ‘liberal peace’ do more harm than good?


About the Review

Cultural Relations Quarterly Review is an initiative of the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy Budapest. Launched in 2013, its mission is to provide information and analysis on key international political events. Each issue present scrutinised review of international relations on a quarterly basis written by young researchers, scholars, professionals who are specialised in International Relations theory, Political Science, world politics and Economics.


Editorial Team

Series editor | András Lőrincz
Editors |
Tzong-Ho Bau, Ehud R. Toledano, Rafael Antônio, Duarte Villa, Igor Okunev, Farhan Hanif Siddiqi, Bezen Balamir Coşkun,
Robert Schrire, Boglárka Koller
Authors – Summer 2020 | Marin Ekstrom, Isabella Moggs, Tekla Gabritchidze, Aisling Maria Keys
Executive Publisher | Csilla Morauszki

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