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The Human Rights of Anne Frank released to forgotten

Anne, as I will call her , was a German girl of Jewish descent, who was born in a time where intolerance towards said people spread throughout Europe thanks to Nazism

Tensions in Europe around Ukraine, France seeks alliances to deter Russia

As the war in Ukraine enters its third year, divisions and differences within the European Union are intensifying over how to respond to Russian aggression. At the heart of these debates is France's...

Protected: An umbrella intended to shield from rain, but inadvertently obstructs sunlight?

Back in the late 1990s, when the thirteenth world chess champion, Garry Kasparov, confronted the chess "umbrella" organization - FIDE, nobody could have foreseen that his grievances against the then president of FIDE, Florencio...

Why diversifying trade is the only answer to wartime food security

The argument is often made about food, as well as about dozens of other “strategic goods”, that we must be self-sufficient in the face of threats to peace around the world. The argument itself is...

Religious movements in the 21st century: Jim Jones and the People’s Temple. A non-sectarian approach. (1st part)

When on November 19, 1978, from a bird's eye view we were able to see on television the atrocious images of the murder-suicide of the members of the People's Temple Church, led and directed...

Radovan Karadzic, the psychiatrist and the Sarajevo genocide

In the early 90s, one of the largest war conflicts arose in Europe at that time as a result of the demolition of the extinct Yugoslavia, in what was called: The Balkan War. On...

Why Israel is wrong to accuse Qatar of developing Hamas

For the past few days, the Israeli Prime Minister has been focusing his criticism on Qatar, not knowing where to turn and, above all, in the face of a flood of worldwide criticism of...

“MINGI”: children, children of superstition in the Omo Valley and human rights.

I have always stated that every belief, whatever it may be, is respectable. Of course, as long as it does not threaten the lives of others, or their fundamental rights, especially if these...

Morocco: Rise in Unemployment and Socio-Economic Inequalities Faced with the Rise of the Prime Minister’s Fortune

Morocco faces several challenges today, including:1. Unemployment and Underemployment: An increase in unemployment, particularly among youth, and the persistence of underemployment pose economic and social challenges.2. Socio-Economic Inequalities: Inequalities persist, creating disparity between different...

Sectarian ignorance stalks against the Jehovah’s Witnesses

On 14 December 2023, the Court of First Instance of Alcorcón ruled that freedom of expression was protected for a group of "former followers" of the Jehovah's Witnesses religious organisation, in terms of being...

Election Year Needs to be a Fresh Start for EU and Indonesia

The collapse of EU-Australia FTA negotiations and slow progress with Indonesia highlight stalled trade facilitation. The EU needs a new approach to promote exports and expand market access to Indonesia and India. Diplomatic outreach and consultation are crucial to prevent further conflicts and ensure a fresh start for both sides.

Senegal February 2024, When a statesman steps down in Africa

The presidential election in Senegal is already noteworthy before it even happens on 25 February 2024. This is because President Macky Sall told the world last summer that he would be stepping down and...

Heightened tensions in the Red Sea: A complex context between the conflict in Yemen and the war in Gaza

The rise in tensions in the Red Sea, marked by numerous attacks on merchant shipping carried out by Yemeni rebels supported by Iran, adds a new complex dimension to regional dynamics. The Houthis...

Violence of men against women in the world

Gender violence, against women, domestic or family violence, let's call it whatever we want, always has a common victim who far exceeds the percentages compared to other genders: women. Rare is the day when the...

Antidepressants and stroke

It's cold, Paris at this time of year is melting away in humidity, 83 percent, and in temperature, just three degrees. Luckily, my usual coffee with milk and a piece of toast with...

The human rights of the “alleged” mentally ill

Is psychiatry really a scientific discipline? And what is a mentally ill person?

The Flawed Sanctions Policy: Why Putin Wins

The EU's response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine raises concerns as EU exports to Armenia have surged 200% since the invasion, aiding Putin.

Realities of the Reign of Mohammed VI: An Eloquent Assessment and Promising Prospects despite the Pressing Call for Government Change

Over the years, the reign of Mohammed VI was distinguished by notable achievements, demonstrating a strategic vision and a commitment to Morocco's progress. However, these advances are all the more remarkable given the...

The European Union and the Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict: Between Mediations and Obstacles

The establishment of territorial sovereignty for each State in the world is a necessity, it is in this regard that Azerbaijan, by regaining control of Nagorno-Karabakh in September after a lightning offensive, can argue...

Education Crisis in Morocco: The Responsibility of Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch in Question

The continuing crisis in Morocco's education sector is raising concerns about the devastating consequences that could result from current management. After years of failure of the Moroccan education system, the confidence of the majority...

Antisemitism in Armenia, a growing threat

Since the Hamas attacks on 7 October and Israel's response, anti-Semitism has risen alarmingly in many parts of the world. France, in particular, has recorded more than 1,300 incidents, reported by the police authorities,...

“Russian oligarch” or not, EU may still be after you following “leading businessperson” rebranding

Following its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Russia has been subject to arguably the most comprehensive and severe sanctions ever imposed on any nation. The European Union, once Russia’s biggest trading partner,...

The forgotten human rights of the Kapkanets family

You most likely do not know the Kapkanets family. It is normal. I tell you, it is, sorry, it was a Ukrainian family that lived in Volnovakha, located in the Donetsk region....

Economy, the Best Ally for Peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia?

Creating economic ties to ensure peace is a fundamental principle of geopolitical relations. The best example is Western Europe, which has been at peace since 1945 thanks to political agreements but mainly economic ones among the states that make up the European Union.

BOOK: Islam and Islamism: Evolution, current events and questions Full sail

A work published by Code9, Paris-Brussels, in September 2023, from the pen of Philippe Liénard, honorary lawyer, former magistrate, history enthusiast and author of more than twenty books relating to currents of thought. The subject...
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