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16 MarCan the Ukrainian situation be settled?


There are multiple ways to explain the development of a conflict due to the different factors which influence its escalation to…

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15 MarThe Sad Shahbanu: Fawzia Fuad of Egypt


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Manar Heikal. On July 2, 2013 as Egypt’s future hung in…

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10 MarChallenges in the regional security cooperation of the Western Balkan countries


Maintaining regional security cooperation is one of the most important interests of the Western Balkan countries. It is an important factor…

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08 MarUkraine caught in the crossfire: An analysis


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Paul Derikx. “For a long time now, it’s been possible to foresee…

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06 MarWhen politics and sports collide (part 2) – Who is the bigger fish? Representativity problems in the Romanian politics of Angling


Although juxtaposing angling and politics would normally raise a few eyebrows, a recent peculiar Romanian development in this area seems to…

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03 MarSimulations as a way to train for the future


To simulate the United Nations or any other International Organization is an enriching experience for students focused on International Relations, Political…

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03 MarThe pros and cons of a 27-year-old foreign minister


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Kay-Michael Dankl. Even before his first actions in office, Austria’s new…

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02 MarThe unique nature of politics and the role of the political scientists today


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author and editor-in-chief Iva Kopraleva. Two articles have been published so far…

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27 FebThe United States’ Diplomatic Choices for Latin America: Focusing on Issues and Friends


Throughout the last decade, it has become apparent that the United States is no longer basing its relations with Latin America and the…

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23 FebWho is afraid of whom: The makertizers of the ivory towers or vice-versa? A response to John Raymond Jison


If there is one area where political science ought to be able to eek out a distinct claim, it appears to…

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