Deciphering Gaza- An intractable conflict

Deciphering Gaza- An intractable conflict

August 11, 2014 at 12:34 PM

Will the International Community Please Stand Up for Gaza?  While completing this article over the course of a few days, the death toll has exceeded from 924 as on 26th of July to 1263 as on the 30th of July according the official figures of the Office for the CoordinationRead More

Peace and presidential elections: Ongoing negotiations with the FARC in Colombia

Peace and presidential elections: Ongoing negotiations with the FARC in Colombia

July 28, 2014 at 4:25 AM

After many attempts at pacifying the country, it seems that Colombia has never been closer to ending its internal conflict. However, we can discern the real progress in the peace talks and the use of the peace process for electoral matters. Since May 2014, we entered  the 51st year of confrontationRead More

The need for hope in Pakistan

The need for hope in Pakistan

July 19, 2014 at 10:39 AM

On 8th June 2014, Karachi witnessed an old fashioned attempted siege on the Jinnah International airport. One could dismiss it as just one of the many attacks by the Tehrek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), but it was different for two fundamental reasons. One, although it was a failure, even the occurrence ofRead More

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On football tournaments and labour abuse.

June 23, 2014 at 7:55 AM

  The tiny nation of Qatar, perched like a barnacle along the Persian Gulf, is known for several things. It’s the richest country in the world by GDP, thanks to its location above an oil field as big as itself. The Qatari government’s cultural arm, the Qatar Museums Authority, recentlyRead More

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The System of ‘control social’ in Bolivia- an Effective Alternative to the War on Drugs?

June 23, 2014 at 7:06 AM

Unquestionably, José Mujica is one of the most unorthodox presidents currently in power. The political leader of the small South American country of Uruguay donates about 90% of his income and lives on a farm outside the capital Montevideo. More importantly, his country recently legalized the consumption and cultivation ofRead More

Men install a Russian flag and a Crimean flag Monday on the roof of a city hall . Source :NPR

Who will pay for the dream of the Imperialist? A review of the Crimea Situation

May 17, 2014 at 12:14 PM

In light of the recent annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation- or it may be more relevant to say the ‘annexation of Crimea by Putin’ – I have decided to roughly estimate the price of this geographical change. This article’s purpose is to evaluate the annexation in terms of its implications for the Russian economy.