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  Social Media and TV channels have truly changed the entire political landscape of Indian Politics in recent days. It is now palpable truth to observe that no one can survive arrogantly if his/her legitimacy and efficiency degrade against public will. Latest Delhi Election could be the best example which has put on the limelight,… » read more

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The complex web of disputes concerning South China Sea may on the surface appear as regular disputes concerning territory and resources (which isn’t uncommon) but underneath it is underlined by the broader strategic tussles between two muscular rivals of international politics. While Taiwan, Philippines Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia have their own issues with each other, their… » read more

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Whom the law protects

Written by Ivan Bielik (member of IPWG) Last days have brought into the light interesting issue of the fundamental clash between national security and civil liberty. One needs to examine the role of law in the society in deciding about this issue, because the law system creates a backbone of society we live in and… » read more

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Written by Sabiha Kapetanovic (member of IPWG) Observing nature, everything in it is trying to achieve harmony. Because harmony is guide for perfection. Achieve perfect balanse, find perfect truth, found perfect society with perfect people. And everything that is contrary from it should disappear. It is reminding me a little bit on Democracy Peace Theory,… » read more

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Boulevard to Geneva 2

Written by Saurav Raj Pant (member of IPWG) The utmost anticipated high level diplomatic talks in Geneva whose foremost objective is to end war in Syria have to deal with several incongruities. The Russian and the US officials deviate on the structure of the proposed conference basically on who will be going to represent the… » read more

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Written by Saurav Raj Pant (member of IPWG). David Cameron’s announcement of holding a referendum by 2017 for deciding whether to stay in or move out of the EU if he wins the next term truly created a buzz around the entire Trans-Atlantic political spheres. This possibly game-changing proposal has drawn mixed reactions from both… » read more

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Written by Saurav Raj Pant (Member of IPWG) Not for sure, but the latest indication shows the Syrian Civil war which broke out as part of Arab Spring in March 15th, 2011 entered to the new zone of line which could seriously vitiate the current turmoil of Syria. More visibly, White House disclosed statement if… » read more

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Written by Lana Tomic (member of IPWG) Due to bad experiences related to former enlargements, stricter criteria were set for Croatia. In the past, several candidate countries turned out to be unprepared at the moment of accession, which later caused serious problems not only for those countries, but to European Union as a whole. These… » read more

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Why state still matters?

The post was written by Ivan Bielik (email ivan.bielik@windowslive.com) In recent times we are witnessing diminishing role of state in the society. There can be various reasons for this process. Globalizing economic relations that surpass national borders, emergence of supranational organizations or international justice all mean that state slowly loses its competencies. But before we… » read more

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By Armenak Minasyants (President of AEGEE-Yerevan, Speaker of International Politics WG of AEGEE-Europe) “If blue helmeted UN peacekeepers show up in your town or village and offer to protect you, RUN.” Andrew Thomson, Emergency Sex Few days ago in the evening I was making my usual staff in internet: surfing, surfing and again surfing at… » read more

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BY ARMENAK MINASYANTS (SPEAKER OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICS WG, AEGEE-YEREVAN) I am sure that many of us follow the updates coming from different AEGEEans living and working for the further development of our beloved network. This time I have decided to turn to AEGEE Eastern Partnership Project (hereinafter just EaP Project), which is one of the… » read more

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  Name: Christopher Doyon, Anonymous hactivist “Commander X” Place: Canada, ANONYMOUS’ hideout. Nationality: American. Age:47 FBI fugitive. On how they work: Today for example, at 11:00 we will do a campaign. Everybody come over to IRC. When they log in, they will see what the target of the day is, what time to fire, what… » read more

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