In: US

Fracking Europe: The Solution?
February 23, 2015

No non-renewables were used for the production of this article. The exploration of resources in the earth’s shale layer has been…

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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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US foreign policy in the Balkans: Case study – Yugoslavia
May 12, 2014

The end of the Cold War marked the beginning of a new chapter in the world politics that the previous stable…

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The rise of China on the global stage. Implications for US domination?
April 10, 2014

The rise of China as an important player in the world politics has become a significant phenomenon in recent years. With…

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‘Yea’ or ‘Nay’ for Syria?
September 5, 2013

Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Paul Derikx. Returning last week from a trip through the Near-East and…

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Tracing American exceptionalism: Afghanistan
August 6, 2013

Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Marija Sajekaite. There’s no doubt that America is, well, quite exceptional. Nationalistic…

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Why not to intervene in Syria?
July 22, 2013

Politics is not always about making the world a better place. Syria is such a place, with outright civil war, the use…

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