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23 OctHistory of USA’s relationship with International Criminal Court


The Clinton Administration signed the Rome Statute in 2000, but did not submit it for Senate ratification. The George W. Bush…

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14 AugNuclear Non-Proliferation Negotiations Should not be Conducted Like ‘Reality TV’


On 6 August 2018, Japan marked the 73rd anniversary since atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima by the United States but…

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09 JulThe potential ‘Atlantis’ of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization


The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is being led into uncharted territory by one of its founding members: the United States….

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08 JulThe World Cup? It is all about politics!


20 JunThe use of tort law in climate litigation: The Urgenda case.


Urgenda Foundation v. The State of the Netherlands, C/09/456689/HA ZA 13-1396 (24 June 2015). In order to effectively tackle the issue…

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15 JunThe denuclearization summit that had an agreement with a missing ‘VI’ protocol


The June 12, 2018 Trump-Kim summit on denuclearization efforts on the Korean Peninsula left more lingering questions than it had answers….

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08 JunHow ‘Pop-Culture’ influences 21st century international politics


There was a time when United Kingdom was free from foreign aggression and any form of foreign influence due to it’s…

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02 JunRohingya: A misjudged case of extremism within the most persecuted people on earth


We have failed as the international community in multiple deteriorating humanitarian disasters- most of them, man made. But, the most potent…

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02 JunFrance’s educational reforms: is it time to become more elitist?


Like most presidents before him, Emmanuel Macron decided to tackle France’s educational system and started to reform it. One of his…

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28 MayEnvironmental Migration: A 21st Century issue with no solution


Environmental migration is one of those new potential threats to national security that the nation’s cannot even predict. It…

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