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Legacy of the ICTY

The International Court is the judicial body that brings to justice individuals accused of violation of the international law. The idea to create the...

The Afternoon of Shakespeare’s Mind (Part 3)

Perfume. Coming back to you. Half of my life’s work so far has been written in the vein of tragedy and when I have...

Shakespeare’s Nervous Breakdown (Part Two)

I owe people money and I am writing again. I must tell you. I love you my darling. I hope that you are not...

Shakespeare’s Cry in autumn (Part 1)

I am a martyr. My blood twitching in my flesh, every bone, platelet and cell. I know my voice now. It is a claw....

Session with the Psychologist

I plunge into the sudden glare of fury, hysteria and trepidation. There is a primal scream inside each of my hypomanic brain cells. ...

The Danger of Climate Change Evangelism

We have been conditioned with the belief that human activities are increasing the incidence of CO2 and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, which...

The UN Leadership Team and the Non-Aligned Movement

There is currently an active discussion among UN delegations in New York concerning the way in which the appointment of the next UN Secretary-General...

Untying the Knot: Divorce and Women’s Rights in Islam

Many religions have their own guidelines regarding marriage and what it entails. This information, found in religious texts and documents, tends to cover a...

The “Global Spiral” of Caspian Environmental Politics

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that the Caspian Basin holds more than 48 billion barrels of oil and more than 292 trillion cubic...

Good advice: Rilke’s Gift to the World

So all I see is young artists and they ask me how they can publish their work, how they can become better writers? It...

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