Hunter or Hunted: The Paradoxical Evolution of the ICC by Ngu Nwei Asanga Fon
April 26, 2021

British human rights lawyer and Queen’s Counsel Karim Asad Ahmad Khan was elected on 12 February 2021 as the new Chief…

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Emergence of The QUAD by Meenakshi Bansal
April 19, 2021

IntroductionThe QUAD is a Quadrilateral security dialogue forum which included four countries including Australia, India, Japan and United State of America….

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Counter-Terrorism International Intelligence Cooperation – Antoine Andary, Iris Raith, Madhura Chanda, and Jasmin Saarijarvi
March 20, 2021

The Conflict, Security and Crime SRC ”Global Report” was written by : Mr. Antoine Andary, Miss. Iris Raith, Miss. Madhura Chanda, and Miss. Jasmin Saarijarvi.

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A Different View Blog Call for Submissions
February 22, 2021

A Different View (ADV) welcomes your contribution. If you are interested in writing for us, please carefully read the following guidelines. We welcome…

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Preventing Conflict Using Human Rights Based Approach – Ian Fleming-Zhou, Ph.D., Antoine Andary, Laura López Paz, Ph.D., and Rita Farina
February 2, 2021

The Conflict, Security and Crime SRC ”Global Report” was written by : Mr. Ian Fleming-Zhou, Ph.D., Mr. Antoine Andary, Miss. Laura López Paz, Ph.D., and Miss. Rita de Cássia Fransosi Farina.

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Secular Hypocrisy in Public Policy: The Illegal Gender Acts of Muslim Women in France by Melis Kirtilli
December 26, 2020

Due to race and kinship studies, anthropology has been a leading science in showing how taken-for-granted concepts of daily life are…

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is No Longer Relevant? – The Failures of the All Encompassing “Universalism” – Sabrina Berardinelli
December 19, 2020

The most translated document in the world , available in over 500 languages,  is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)….

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The Impact of Social Media on Politics: Breaking Down A Fourth Wall – Simran Borges
December 15, 2020

In the 1970’s, people were involved in politics in direct and overt ways. They wrote letters to political representatives and marched…

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International Cooperation in Criminal Matters – Antoine Andary
December 13, 2020

In a rapidly changing world under the challenges of globalization and new technologies, mechanisms and instruments of international cooperation in criminal…

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Unstoppable Networks: How Transnational Organized Crime is Thriving During the Pandemic – Iris Raith
December 12, 2020

The ongoing health crisis has resulted in a number of novel situations and issues that need to be addressed. Whether it…

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