About Moritz Pieper

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Moritz Pieper is a doctoral researcher at the University of Kent, Brussels. 

Articles by Moritz Pieper

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The Iranian nuclear crisis and the dialectic of world order

Given the track record of failed attempts at diplomacy, it is questionable whether some tacit agreement can bring a long-term resolution to this new Cold War. There is no less at stake than a fundamental rethinking of the way we approach international relations.

No prospects for an Iranian spring?

With two weeks left before the presidential election, is there any hope for systemic change in Iran?

The infallibility of David? On anti-semitism and criticising Israeli foreign policy

Criticising Israeli foreign policy does not constitute anti-semitism. As simple as this statement appears, its reiteration becomes an urgent necessity when faced with renewed debates on anti-Semitism in Europe.

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