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15 JanOf Secrecy and Security: The Practice of Diplomacy in the Age of Leaks


Diplomacy has gone through a lot of changes, evolution— particularly in its practice bringing forth its many types which serve to…

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13 JanThe path toward a post-Kyoto international agreement: Solutions and conditions


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Sofia Sousa. In a world where CO2 emissions have been increasing…

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11 JanThe role of the international community in the Syrian conflict: Prospects for peace


In the past few years the world is facing with new threats and challenges in terms of global security and stability. The…

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10 JanPolitical myths of post-socialist Eastern Europe (part three) – The “Good-Housekeeper/Manager” Politician


Picking up where we last left our trail (parts one and two), the aim of this brief article is to go beyond the facade…

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10 JanSyrian conflict: The price that changed perception.


The Syrian conflict is classified as one of the biggest and most deadly conflicts of our time. It has caused a…

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10 JanLaw banning unplanned protest: Egypt’s revolution in jeopardy


Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Manar Heikal. Revolution being revolution is the maintenance of the public…

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02 JanWhat does Immanuel Wallerstein have to do with the Hunger Games?


Katniss Everdeen is a resident of District 12, the co-victor of the 74thHunger Games along with Peeta Mellark, best friend of…

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25 DecWhat does Antonio Gramsci have to say about holiday shoppers?


As the Christmas season starts anew, I cannot help but notice that malls and bazaars are ridiculously jam-packed with a euphoric…

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16 DecPolitical myths of post-socialist Eastern Europe (continuation) – The Intellectual-Politician


As previously mentioned in another blog post, one of the key-coordinates of post-socialist politics is the Weberian distinction between living off politics and…

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16 DecThe Euro Zone: Not One, But Two


The Greek drama for the Euro Zone crisis is reaching its peak, ultimately at different points—and they say when you…

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