Bosnia, the country that was not one

Lire la version française  Author and translator : Guillaume Lang Dayton, December 14th 1995. The presidents of the Yugoslav federation, of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia met to sign agreements to end the civil war opposing Croatians, Serbians and Bosnians. Concretely, the Dayton agreements allows to preserve the territorial integrity of Bosnia-Herzegovina while guaranteeing an ethnic …

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Can Yemen, a victim of its history, overcome its antagonisms?

Authors and translators : Hugues Buisson and Lucas Roulx Lire la version française On September 6, Martin Griffiths a UN Special Envoy for Yemen, met a delegation of belligerents to prepare peace consultations. Only three days later, the agency France-Presse announced the death of seventy-three Houthi rebels and eleven pro-government fighters around Hodeida, a highly …

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Do military exercises ought to be considered as security concerns?

Author : Donatien Bertaud  Translator : Uriel N'gbatongo Lire la version française At the beginning of the month from the 10th of September to the 17th of September, The Russian federation organized its largest military exercise since 1981. This event was largely covered in international media for two mains reasons. First, its size according to official …

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The future of the European Union at the Hungarian time

Lire la version française Author and translator:  Guillaume Lang On June 26, 2016, the Brexit referendum is approved by the English population to 51.89% of favorable votes. This decision could have sounded the death knell of the European Union by condemning the leaders of the 27 to accept the nationalist demands of their populations and to …

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