The last decade has been marked by the rise of a new terrorist group which made us forget Al Qaeda and even Osama Bin Laden: the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria/Levant (ISIS/ISIL). As the main representative of global jihadism, the group is focused on the establishment of an...

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“So long as they (the Proles) continued to work and breed, their other activities were without importance. Left to themselves, like cattle turned loose upon the plains of Argentina, they had reverted to a style of life that appeared to be natural to them, a sort of ancestral pattern…...

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Why the meeting Salvini-Orbán is significant for the next EU elections? One century later the collapse of the Austrian Empire, Italy and Hungary seem to have found a new, common enemy. It has an international pattern, strict rules to be adopted, and it pursues the priority of a common...

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When we ask people, who live within borders of a country, which we call Belgium, about their nation or motherland, we could surprisingly hear an answer that Belgium is something that does not exist. What is it all about? Why Belgians do not feel Belgian enough to call themselves...

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August 29, 2018 Barbara Polin, Blog , 0

On the Internet, news emerge and submerge quickly as water animals do in the sea. Sometimes they swim away as little gold fishes, sometimes they isolate, attack and devour the others. In the category of marine predators, the fake news represent the most dangerous species. They destroy different forms...

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August 25, 2018 Interviews 1

The United Nations, while promoting a set of binding universal values related to peace and human rights, are in no position to affect or alter significantly the course of certain conflicts or to punish violations. As the inability of the organisation to act as a body becomes evident in...

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June 25, 2018 Blog, Robert Boger , 0

Top EU leaders met recently to reopen the discussion on the migrant crisis. This meeting is a precursor to a more formal summit expected to take place later in the summer. Recent events have spurred on the decision to reopen questions about the migrant crisis among EU leadership. One...

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Croatia and Slovenia, both former Yugoslav countries, have still not resolved their border dispute – it has been 27 years. The dissolution of Yugoslavia in 1991 left these countries without precise determination of their common border, causing their long-term dispute over the Gulf of Piran. In spite of several...

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On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2016, will be directly applicable in all EU Member States. The foreseen formalities will concern all public and private subjects that process data for a task of public interest. There will therefore be...

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