By: Ioana Patrichi

The nature of goodness and the limits of moral responsibility in humanitarian action
March 15, 2015

For the past decades many non-profits and international humanitarian agencies have been faced with an increasing number of complex moral dilemmas…

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World Humanitarian Day: The world needs more…
August 23, 2014

Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic; civil wars, armed conflicts, bloodshed, severe natural disasters, refugees, extreme poverty, hunger,…

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Land grabbing: The struggle between rights and power
August 9, 2014

Where there is scarcity, there is also opportunity International investment plays a vital role in development and poverty reduction worldwide due…

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The US and its support for Syria’s referral to the ICC: Why such a big change in foreign policy?
May 19, 2014

In the past days we have been witnesses to two very important developments in the current Syrian crisis: on the one…

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Do states really understand their “responsibility to protect”?
March 19, 2014

Following the latest developments on both the high diplomatic level and in media discourses regarding the Ukraine crisis, it seems like…

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Where is our strong Environmental Organization?
February 13, 2014

“The General Assembly, […] Convinced that increased attention to the problems of the human environment is essential for sound economic and…

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