Amy Johnson – the author - studied International Relations, an aspect of International Public law and Diplomacy at a top centre for International studies. Her Thesis in International relations, was entitled, Cold War, Middle East and Far East policy, a historical perspective. She gained deep insights in areas of foreign relations, from her academic studies, Air Force staff college in various jurisdictions, and studied Conflict, peace and security, the evolving character of global and supra national institutions, interpretation of civic societies and international diplomacy, exploration of juristic constitutionalism at national and international levels; peace, conflict, religion and politics in the Arabian Peninsula. Furthermore, she studied the principles of American, Russian, Arabic, indo-pacific and far eastern foreign policies including foreign policy and strategy in Syria and the Middle East. She studied the impact of the balance of power doctrine, and containment in Europe, Arabia, and Indo-pacific, by the USA on the one hand and Russia on the other. She has worked closely with defence and International relations professionals and led debates in key areas of foreign affairs. She has been an invited speaker at many literary events, in the West, East, and Far East and worked in related fields at university and other institutions. She as an academic has presented her published articles at global institutions, in Canada, America, Sydney, Israel, Europe, Paris, Germany, Australia, New York, London, Las Vegas. She has a special passion for, foreign relations having worked in research areas, on the council of defence, strategic initiative, foreign affairs, international, public law, international relations, arbitration, mediation, strategic diplomacy. She is a first author on many academic, scientific and literary publications, review articles, conference proceedings, published in high impact conference proceedings and academic journals. She has published similar themes on International conflict, defence, strategic principles, peace initiatives, foreign affairs, and policy.