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International
International

Jazz, Rivalry and Revolution: The Unfinished Story of Thomas Sankara

A surviving witness described the gunfire from Kalashnikov rifles as rain falling on a tin roof. Within a matter of seconds, Thomas Sankara, Burkina...

Keeping up with Kemp: An Interview with One of Europe’s Key Cooperators

Throughout most of our education here at the DA, we have learned about the pillars of international law and geopolitics, attempting to understand the...

China Commits Systematic Genocide and the World Watches

When Dinigeer Yilamujiang lit the Olympic Flame on the evening of February 4th at the Beijing National Stadium, she certainly did not expect to...

Europe
Europe

Montenegro at a Crossroads: How Tight is the Grip of the Past on its Future?

Just fourteen months after the beginning of its mandate, the Montenegrin government led by Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić imploded due to a vote of...

Turkish Drone Diplomacy: From Ethiopian Highlands to Ukrainian Trenches

Despite being affected by a chronic economic crisis, Ankara has tremendously increased its investments to support a burgeoning domestic arms industry. This development has...

The AKP Era: The Troubled Relationship Between Misogyny and the Istanbul Convention

On July 1st 2021, Turkey withdrew from the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women (VAW) and domestic violence, also...

Economics
Economics

From War Zones to Auction Houses: The Journey of Smuggled Cultural Objects

Somewhere in an Afghan village not far from Kabul, a bronze figurine dating back some eighteen thousand years is picked up at an archeological...

El Salvador: In Bitcoin We Trust?

Tourists and adventure-seekers are finding a new reason to love the tiny coastal town of El Zonte. Aside from its stunning sunsets and surfing-friendly...

Zero Poverty by 2030: A pipe dream?

In September 2015, world leaders came together and adopted the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The...

Tech & Environment
Tech & Environment

The Military-Industrial Complex pressured by Climate Change

Since the general public first became aware of the effect of human consumption on the planet, individuals have been asked to reduce, reuse, and...

Visiting the Nuclear Power Plant that Never Was

It’s a strange place with an even stranger history. In 1969, the construction of a nuclear power plant in Austria was approved by the...

Wasting Away: Bringing the Oceans’ Plastic Problem to the Climate Crisis Mainstream

From Finding Waste to Finding Ways A beach overwhelmed with trash. A decaying albatross, guts punctured by colorful shards from old packaging. Further ahead, a...

French & German
French & German

Réconcilier les jeunes avec la politique : l’élection présidentielle française 2022

L’abstention chez les jeunes : se sentent-ils encore concernés ? Le problème de l’abstention chez les jeunes n’est pas chose nouvelle. Il suffit de se...

In Richtung digitale Souveränität? Wie ein europäisches Gesetz den Chipmangel bekämpfen soll

Smartphones, Computer, Fernseher, Kühlschränke, Waschmaschinen, Bankkarten, Reisepässe, Hörgeräte und Autos. All diese Dinge sind abhängig von Mikroprozessoren, auch als Halbleiterchips bekannt, um zu funktionieren....

Una potencia mundial emergente: Iberoamérica y la diplomacia cultural

La diplomacia cultural o la exportación de cultura es una de las armas blandas más importantes para cambiar la percepción de un país. Esto...

Opinion
Opinion

Africa Means Business: Why the Chinese Debt-Trap Diplomacy is a Sham

China’s debt-trap diplomacy narrative has become conventional wisdom, notwithstanding its striking lack of merit. Mr. Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show...

Antony Blinken in Conversation with Sir Anthony Eden: Should the U.S. Appease?

Antony J. Blinken may very well be the most informed, advised and consulted bureaucrat in the world. Apart from outside influences and conscious deliberations,...

Why the George Floyd Case Was a Mere Symptom of a Split American Society – And Why Education and Upbringing Matter

“All three counts!” “Whose victory? Our victory!” After Derek Chauvin was not only charged guilty of manslaughter but second-and third-degree murder as well, it seemed...