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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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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Russia, or when war conceals misery

Lire la version française Author : Guillaume LANG. Translated by : Chloé BLANCH. Make Russia a great power again. Vladimir Putin's program was conceived based on this idea for his first election in March 2000. At the time, Russia was considered by Westerners as a power on the decline with no real influence in new …

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Interdependance between environmental migration and socio-economic inequalities

Lire la version française Author : Chloé BLANCH. Translated by : Guillaume LANG. The poorest are more likely to be displaced for environmental reasons (OXFAM): a consequence of the vicious circle formed by socio-economic and ecological inequalities The biggest migration crisis won’t be caused by political conflicts, but by climate change. Indeed, in 2015, the …

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The forgotten conflict of the Caucasus

Lire la version française Author : Guillaume LANG. Translation by : Chloé BLANCH. The Caucasus is a region of the world landlocked between Russia, Turkey and Iran. Due to the isolation of these three great powers, the Caucasus has always been influenced by other countries and has never managed to create a true Caucasian identity. Yet, …

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