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31Oct
October 31, 2017 Interviews 0

Interview by Fruzsina Csonka, ICRP | “Motivation and Engagement” – Interview with Doumbia Badra Aliou, President of the Institut des Relations Culturelles et Politiques (IRCP Mali) The Institut des Relations Culturelles et Politiques was formed in 2017 in Bamako, Mali with the aim to foster public discourse and disseminate...

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25Oct
October 25, 2017 Interviews 0

Interview by Nicole Gefvenberg, ICRP | The Sami is an indigenous Finno-Ugric community living in the area Sápmi, which encompasses four countries: Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia. It is estimated that between 80,000–100,000 Sami live in Sápmi. In 1977 the Swedish government recognised them as an indigenous population, and...

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21Oct

With North and South Korea being separated since the end of World War II, the Korean question of reunification remains unanswered and increasingly complex. Within more than 70 years, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea pursued entirely different paths concerning their political, economic, and...

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15Oct
October 15, 2017 Blog, Sandra Kaziukonyte 0

A towering monument to Mikhail Kalashnikov, designer of the AK-47, the Soviet rifle that has become the world’s most lethal and widespread assault weapon ever made, was unveiled by Russian officials and Orthodox priests on 19th of September, 2017 in the middle of one of central Moscow’s busiest thoroughfares....

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17Sep
September 17, 2017 Blog, Sandra Kaziukonyte , 0

A Russian-led strategic military exercise that has been the focus of Western anticipation for a while has finally started on the 14th of September and will last till the 20th of September. “Zapad 2017” (every four year planned military drills) by some Western countries are believed to be the...

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11Sep
September 11, 2017 Blog, Boglárka Judit Rusz 0

The members of the 19th Bundestag and the next chancellor of Germany will be elected in late September 2017. This election has significant consequences not just for Germany but for Europe and for the whole world as well. During the election “seven” political parties will compete for the votes....

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9Sep

The topic of migration is one of the hot topics in contemporary political coverage, due to the refugee movements of recent years. But apart from such involuntary, conflictual migration movements, there are also highly regulated forms like the controversial skilled labour migration. Within skilled labour migration, the permission to...

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4Aug
August 04, 2017 Interviews 0

Interview by Roberta Maddalena, ICRP | Nowadays, in the declarations of Human Rights of both European Union and UN there articles regarding freedom of expression and of press. According to you, what does freedom of press mean and is this right respected in Europe? The question is indeed complicated;...

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4Aug

Because of its geographical position in the Mediterranean, Malta is receiving a very large amount of refugees as it is the first European outpost encountered by refugee flows from Northern Africa and the Middle East. Together with Spain and Italy, the small island has to bear the bulk of...

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20Jul
July 20, 2017 Blog, Tamar Buachidze 0

Racism – “the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason”. (Abraham Joshua Heschel) There are hundreds of definitions of racism out of which the most widely accepted one focuses on its meaning as discrimination, prejudice and antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief...

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