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...

TurkStream: How Russia and Turkey are getting cozy

The big news from the World Energy Congress in Istanbul in October was the chummy relationship between Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey and Russian...

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...
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R2P: R.I.P.

Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at the 2005 World Summit, all signatories of the Responsibility to Protect doctrine were bound to protect...

“Something is imminent – and it is dire! Our era is over — Europe’s...

Throughout its 70-year-long life, it is doubtless that NATO has been pivotal in ensuring the quality of life and security enjoyed by most of...

Minority Protection or Moral Vaccine – Whom are we protecting, anyway?

In December 2015, ex-Muslim, feminist campaigner Maryam Namazie was heckled and aggressively disrupted by members of Goldsmiths University’s Islamic Society, while giving a talk...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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