AEGEE International Politics Journal

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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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Still Immature Country

The post was written by Ivan Bielik (email contact ivan.bielik@windowslive.com). This opinion had been written in the aftermath of Czech second round of presidential election which was held on 25th and 26th of January. There were two principal candidates for Czech presidential office – Miloš Zeman who was an influential politician in the heyday of… » read more

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No Critique Please!

  This post was written by Ivan Bielik (email contact ivan.bielik@windowslive.com).   At the end of 2012, American Simon Wiesenthal Center announced the list of 2012 Top Ten Anti-Semitic/Anti-Israel Slurs. Besides Iranian regime or Greece’s Golden Dawn there is a name of one German journalist named Jakob Augstein. He might have deserved the place in… » 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 ARMENUHI BUDAGHYAN (HEAD OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF AEGEE-YEREVAN, MBA DEPARTMENT STUDENT AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF ARMENIA) The Maastricht Treaty which is known as the Treaty on European Union was signed on 7 February 1992 by the 12 member countries of the European Community in Maastricht, Netherlands. It led mainly to the creation of… » 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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Written by Armenak Minasyants (Speaker of International Politics WG, President of AEGEE-Yerevan) “Racism is man’s gravest threat to man – the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.” Abraham J. Heschel quotes (Jewish theologian and philosopher, 1907-1972) For a long time before starting this article I was thinking how to begin it and at… » read more

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