UN Peacekeeping missions are ineffective and do more harm than good”

Elisabeth Puttinger (MAIS I) UN Peacekeeping missions have their flaws and problems, which is a fact that nobody can deny. The organization is weakened by...

The Beginning of a New Decade of Development for Africa

Africa’s future is no longer uncertain. This decade belongs to African development. Economists and researchers are increasingly convinced about Africa’s tremendous growth potential, despite...

The Post-Trump GOP: Back to the Future?

As the 2020 electoral contest in the United States comes to a definite conclusion the two Presidential candidates are on the move: president-elect Joe...

The State of American Progressivism Post-Election: Reviving a Moribund Party

“If we are classifying Tuesday as a success ... we will get f---ing torn apart in 2022”, U.S. Representative Spanberger (D-VA) asserted during...

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...

Alons enfants de la dèmocratie!

When Emmanuel Macron triumphed in the May presidential elections in France, his victory became a symbol of a new refusal to the populist radical...

Trump a “Manchurian Candidate” President?

While playing a game of solitaire, the queen of diamonds card triggers the Manchurian Candidate to do his controller’s bidding. In Richard Condon’s novel...

The Road to Stability in Syria

In the 21st century’s deadliest war, there seems to be hope of resolution. The solution may not satisfy the desires of the international community,...

Why the George Floyd Case Was a Mere Symptom of a Split American Society...

“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...

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...

Other articles