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Search and rescue (SAR) in the central Mediterranean continue painting a disturbing portrait of European disunity on dis

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Since the time that the popular uprisings in Syria mushroomed into a civil war, prospects for a negotiated political set

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Superficially, one might frame Venezuela’s current drama as the classical conflict between a regional hegemon (in this

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The UN Intergovernmental Conference taking place in Marrakech just adopted the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly an

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In 2007, Kofi Annan—then Secretary General of the UN—called the twenty-first century “the era of NGOs’.

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If Greeks themselves do not trust their own government and their own banks with their money, it is difficult to expect the taxpayers of other count

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Yesterday, we commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, or as it is c

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Following the Arab spring, the power of social networks to drive social protest movements was acknowledged worldwide. Social networks, used mainly