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22 FebThe Matter with Occupy


If it occupies space and has mass—then it’s matter! (Please excuse the pun.) And the real matter here is the Occupy…

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17 FebWhat really matters when explaining inequality


Inequality is a problem that every government wants to eradicate both domestically and internationally. Multiple causes have been found as important when…

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16 FebOn the role of political scientists in the 21st century


Beyond the theoretical: What does the world expect from the political scientists of today? John Raymond Jison (15 February 2014) During…

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15 FebBeyond the theoretical: What does the world expect from the political scientists of today?


During my first year in the university, we were asked if why we chose Political Science as our college degree. When…

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13 FebWill the CELAC Be Able to Reenergize a True Latin American Integration?


On January 28thand 29th, the Second Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC in Spanish), took place in Havana,…

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13 FebWhere is our strong Environmental Organization?


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

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10 FebWhen nationalism, politics and sports collide: The fall of the “Soviet Chess School”


It’s been quite some time since the world’s attention hovered over a chess board in the classic 1972 Reykjavik Fischer-Spassky, or…

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03 FebHow can Set Theory help political scientists solve puzzles?


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author and editor-in-chief Iva Kopraleva. Everyone who has studies mathematics even at…

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02 FebInformal private tutoring in CEE countries: loyal or disloyal?


It is beyond any shadow of a doubt that education has ranked high on the agendas of each and every post-socialist…

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02 FebUkraine at the crossroads between the EU and Russia


Twenty four years since the fall of the Berlin Wall it seems like the international political scene has not changed at…

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