Russian Invasion: Way ahead for a Bipolar Global Power Structure Author: Keshav Pandey The entire month of February 2022, in the landscape of International Relations was filled with disturbing news from the Eastern part of the European continent, when the Russian aggression was knocking at the doors of non-NATO Ukraine.
Why do states commemorate past wars? Argentina and the United Kingdom commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Falklands/Malvinas War (1982) Author: Juan F. Dávila y Verdin, FRSA Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González The commemorations and remembrance of past wars in Occident have been part of the rituals carried
THE SITUATION OF THE RUSSIAN POPULATION IN LATVIA. A HISTORICAL SUMMARY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE FROM THE DOMESTIC POLITICS TO THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LEGISLATION Author: Juan F. Dávila y Verdin, FRSA Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González Introduction Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted in
Fighting for a New Culture. How Activism is Needed to Gain Peace in the Fight Against Sexual Violence Author: Kolfinna Tómasdóttir Translated into Spanish by Ana Elena Acon “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever
The Lithium issue in Portugal is becoming all the more crucial since a pandemic suspended all activities around the world earlier this year. While one could hope for the Portuguese government to adjust their capability approach considering preservation of their heritage, it is likely that the environmental variable will be
From peacekeeping to peacebuilding Author: Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/18/2004 Category: Editorial The current general predicament facing UN peacekeepers has been highlighted by the recent front-page news of the fatal bitterness that still exists between Serbs and Albanians in Mitrovica, Kosovo (or Kosova as the Albanian
In September the world watched a dramatic spectacle unfolding as thousands of would-be immigrants from all over Africa charged barbed wire fences surrounding the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla in a desperate attempt to enter Europe. In several incidents some immigrants were shot dead. In another, they were rounded
Joe Schumacher quizzes Elizabeth Griffin of Essex University on her Amnesty International sponsored inquiry into Human Rights and the Justice system in Afghanistan. She argues for a bigger role for the UN and greater emphasis on security first.