Why should the democratic world support peaceful revolutions?

Ever since February 22, 2019, millions of Algerians have been relentlessly marching, calling for the fall of an authoritarian and corrupt junta, for the...

Why Protesting against Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilities is an Act of Self-sabotage

By: Anja Vujakovic (Creative Director) With global climate warming being the greatest environmental and political challenge of the 21st century, the need for alternative sources...

Ukraine on the Search for Itself

By: Raphaela Tiefenbacher (Staff Writer) The 2014 Euromaidan protests also unveiled both the hope and horror to be found in the country. A country with a...

Tech and Diplomacy

By: Jamie Bergin (Managing Editor) If you attend an international conference these days, such as those at the United Nations, you might encounter something seemingly...

The U.S. Monopoly over the World Bank Must Cease!

By: Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) On April 5, 2019, David R. Malpass was approved by the executive directors of the World Bank to be the...

The State: An Old and A Necessary Beast

By: Luka Zucic (Guest Writer) In spite of the rise and growing influence of international organisations and supranational institutions, such as the United Nations and...

Why Banning Autonomous Weapons Is More Dangerous Than Developing Them Responsibly

By: Noah Gibbs (Guest Writer) Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to drastically change our lives. Driverless cars are changing how we move from place to...

Eritrea and Ethiopia’s Long Road to Peace: the Role of Diplomacy!

By: Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) On June 5, 2018, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), declared that it would accept the...

Euro-Islam – the Change We Need

By: Ilenia Pappalardo (Staff Writer) Islam has established roots and become visible across Europe to the extent that it is no longer possible to...

„Our goal is to ensure that children can go to school in the first...

Interview with Jürgen Feldmann Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, Berlin, 7.9.2018 After 25 years of conflict, Somalia no longer has a functioning school system. In the camps of...

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