International Law

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Factors Influencing the World Order’s Structure

"Study the historian before you begin to study the facts" – Edward H. Carr International relations are unfolding against the…

3 days ago

Do we still live in a multipolar world?

After more than three decades of American efforts to establish and consolidate a unipolar international order, we are witnessing signs…

6 days ago

The West Goes West: Greed, Speed and the Fear of Simplicity

Introduction [1] I began thinking about what I am now writing about two months ago, and I am now ready…

2 weeks ago

Human Rights Across The World: Never More In Peril?

The human right scenario across the world is abysmal. Human rights have been undermined across the world, and even in…

2 weeks ago

Mikhail Gorbachev: Between Glorification and Criticism

Whatever your position on it, the former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, who passed away a few days ago, is the…

1 month ago

What Is a Sovereign State?

Against the backdrop of the rapid collapse of the US-led world order, the question of which states will survive in…

2 months ago

An interview with Joel Angel Bravo Anduaga: Are international organizations still relevant?

With recent developments in the international arena, and ghost conflicts from the past exacerbating contemporary global issues, it is inevitable…

2 months ago

The Noble Nobel

One of the most coveted awards in human history, the Nobel Prize was created by the last will and testament…

3 months ago

Regulate outer space before it is too late

The war in Ukraine has reached outer space as Russia and the United States lock horns in flag-waving catfightsin the…

3 months ago

Endgame: Time, History and Alternative World Futures

Hamm: “What time is it?” Clov: “The same as usual.” Samuel Beckett, Endgame When studying history, it becomes difficult to…

3 months ago