Essays about: "International Relations."

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  1. 1. THE GOVERNMENTAL DISCOURSE TOWARD HOMOSEXUALS IN SWEDEN. A critical discourse analysis of the changing discourse between the years 1935 and 2007

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Andreas Ljunggren; [2022-02-11]
    Keywords : Homosexuality; Sexual Minority; Discursive Change; Visibility; Government Commissioned Reports SOU ;

    Abstract : This Master’s Thesis aims to examine how the governmental discourse of the attitudes toward homosexuals has changed in Sweden since 1935 up until modern day. To do this, selected quotes for deeper analysis based on a larger textual analysis of nine Government Commissioned Reports (SOUs) between 1935 and 2007 are used, consisting of approximately 1000 pages. READ MORE

  2. 2. Exploring the interactions between local public opinion, the media, and foreign policy toward Chinese investments in Ecuador

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Nordiska Latinamerikainstitutet

    Author : Anuar Temirov; [2022]
    Keywords : Public opinion about China; Ecuador; foreign policy; Ecuadorian media; Chinese credit and investment; time series regression; content analysis;

    Abstract : In an increasingly polarizing world, the debate on the importance of public opinion in shaping foreign policy decisions has been raging over. This study explores the interactions between Chinese investment and credit and public opinion about China in Ecuador from 2012 to 2021 through two classical international relations theories: the realist and liberal hypotheses. READ MORE

  3. 3. How Multipolarity and Globalization Have Changed the Nature of Tax Multilateralism : A Comparison of the OECD Model Tax Convention Negotiation with the Negotiation of Pillar One and Two

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Daniel Raddenbach; [2022]
    Keywords : tax; taxation; globalization; international relations; negotiation; Pillar One; Pillar Two; OECD; model tax treaty; multilateralism; cooperation; tax multilateralism; global minimum tax; digital services; bilateralism;

    Abstract : Can a multilateral negotiating process—that is, cooperation between many states in a single forum—successfully reform the network of bilateral tax treaties that currently makes up the bulk of international tax law? The BEPS Project aims to be the first major push for a multilateral tax process since the creation of the OECD’s Model Tax Convention in the 1960s. Through BEPS, the OECD and 130-plus countries are in final negotiations to implement Pillar One and Two, which will: (1) create a new taxing right for “market jurisdiction” countries on the profit of international companies that do business there without a physical presence; and (2) implement a top-up tax levied against companies that offshore profits from intangible assets in low-tax jurisdictions. READ MORE

  4. 4. Cooperation be damned : A study on water relations in The Nile River Basin

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för ekonomisk historia och internationella relationer

    Author : Gustav Alfvin; [2022]
    Keywords : Human Security; Water Wars; Egypt; Ethiopia; Process Tracing; GERD;

    Abstract : The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam built on the Nile has sparked conflicts for over twelve years now since it was first announced in 2009. But in 2020 when Ethiopia finally started to fill this behemoth of a dam hostilities ramped up between Egypt and Ethiopia. READ MORE

  5. 5. A Decolonial Approach to Comparing Bolivia and Sweden’s Positionality on Indigenous Rights

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Utveckling och internationellt samarbete

    Author : Catrine Clearwater; Emilie Törnblom Nilsson; [2022]
    Keywords : Coloniality; Indigenous Rights Regimes; Decolonial Theory; Indigenous Peoples; Indigenous-State relations; Bolivia; Sweden;

    Abstract : This study examines the concept of coloniality in relation to states' approach to indigenous people's rights, through the perspective of decoloniality. The two countries being compared are Bolivia and Sweden, two countries that differ in many ways. READ MORE