By: ADV Authorial Board

Do the geographical indications in the EU FTA put EU-Australia relations under scrutiny? By Eleni Krikeli
November 25, 2019

In June 2018 the Australia Government began negotiations with the European Union (EU) in order to establish a comprehensive and…

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Problematic aspects to human rights framework: Reservations to human rights treaties by Eleni Krikeli
October 9, 2019

Since the end of World War II, the human rights regime has been established as the most important priority in the…

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Digital Rights are Human Rights by Gergana Tzvetkova
October 9, 2019

In the last decade or so, human rights scholars, practitioners and activists have been warning about the existence of a phenomenon…

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Is there a link between climate change and violent conflicts? by Eleni Krikeli
September 3, 2019

Since the beginning of the twenty first century we have become witnesses to the increase  of violent conflicts due to the…

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The wave of democracy in Africa: Analysis of the role of the African military in the democratization process by Ian Fleming
September 3, 2019

Samuel Huntington’s third wave of democratization might finally be sweeping through the African continent. Even though, Huntington identifies the third wave…

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À la guerre comme à la guerre by Gergana Tzvetkova
August 20, 2019

At war as at war, the French saying goes. The adversaries should expect everything and be ready to use all kinds…

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A Different View is relaunched!
August 20, 2019

After one year of absence A Different View (ADV) is back with fresh and new ideas! On this new version of…

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A World Ruled by Strongmen
May 10, 2018

A World Ruled by Strongmen The rise of personalist authoritarian strongmen: “Who cares about democracy?!” Guest post by Seden Anlar, member…

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China in Africa: Examining China through a “Maoist” and “Gramscian” lens
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Tshepo Masita Over the past decade, China’s foreign policy has focused on rapidly intensifying its engagement with Africa. The rapid rise…

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The Syrian Crisis: Hurdles to Achieve Political Settlement
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Tamer Mahboub  Since the beginning of diplomatic endeavors regarding the political settlement trajectory of the ongoing conflict in…

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