Politics

The Win of Hope and Changes: 35-year-old Gabriel Boric Was Elected as New President of Chile

21st of December, 2021: Chile faced the most difficult choice since the time of dictatorship: who will be the next leader of the republic — «the supporter of Pinochet regime» or «leftwing millennial»? All political experts agreed on one thing — this election is the most important since the government… Read More »The Win of Hope and Changes: 35-year-old Gabriel Boric Was Elected as New President of Chile

Europe in the aftermath of 2008: the Euro Crisis as a double-dip recession.

In the aftermath of the financial crisis triggered by the bankruptcy of the American bank Lehman Brothers, Europe was living one of its most unstable moments. Facing the scams of the financial crisis, many countries experienced doubts about the benefits of a monetary union, adding a systemic crisis to the… Read More »Europe in the aftermath of 2008: the Euro Crisis as a double-dip recession.

Killing The Prospects Of Development In The Democratic Republic of Congo.

As Ghana, Guinea and other colonies gained independence during the post WWII period, the African continent once again became a battleground of foreign powers, and this time it became a battleground in the US-Soviet Cold War conflict. For the Soviet Union, the African continent presented several characteristics favorable to socialism… Read More »Killing The Prospects Of Development In The Democratic Republic of Congo.

Protecting Language Minorities: Europe’s Path and the Case of Italy

“The Republic safeguards linguistic minorities by means of appropriate measures”, states article 6 of the Italian constitution proposed by Tristano Codignola, ratified in 1947. Thanks to this article, linguistic heritage is protected in Italy.  The intention of the members of the Italian constituent assembly was to ensure the survival of… Read More »Protecting Language Minorities: Europe’s Path and the Case of Italy

Turkey’s withdrawal from Istanbul Convention

If you’ve been following the news or social media in the last month, you’ve undoubtedly heard of something called the Istanbul Convention.  What is the “Istanbul Convention”? Approved by the Council of European countries, the Istanbul Convention is the first legally binding international instrument that creates a comprehensive framework to… Read More »Turkey’s withdrawal from Istanbul Convention

Anti-government Protests Around The World: What Do They Have In Common

Protests are an integral part of democracy, and special attention needs to be given to them. When citizens revolt against their governments, it gives them a chance to dismantle government structures that have failed to meet the responsibilities towards their citizens. A democracy is built on the wishes of the… Read More »Anti-government Protests Around The World: What Do They Have In Common

Inauguration Day

USA, January 20, 2021 That of the 46th president of the United States is an inauguration without a crowd, in a cold and empty Washington, reminiscent of the assault on Congress on January 6 and where a bomb threat caused the evacuation of the Supreme Court. Former presidents Bill Clinton,… Read More »Inauguration Day