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CHINA NEW ASSERTIVENESS IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS(1.08.2014)

China New Assertiveness in Foreign Affairs

Recently, newspapers were filled with reports about quarrels in the South China See between China's and its South East Asian neighbour's marines. The moving of an oil-platform in Vietnamese maritime territories or territorial claims over the Scarborough Shoal and the Diaoyu/ Senkaku Islands put the bilateral relations between China and Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan to the test. The Chinese position in terms of the maritime territorial disputes is only one example for the recent change of the countries foreign policy performance. Through the worldwide shifting of power in favor of China since the financial crisis 2008 and with the inauguration of the New Le...


QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: “RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT” CIVILIANS IN ARMED CONFLICTS OR RESPECT FOR THE TERRITORIAL SOVEREIGNTY OF OTHER STATES?(15.07.2014)

Questions of International Law:  “Responsibility to Protect” Civilians in Armed Conflicts or Respect for the Territorial Sovereignty of other States?

The “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) concept consists of moral, political, legal, and ultimately of military dimensions that regulate its legal norm-setting in international law levels for the protection of civilians in war and conflict. The need to introduce such a norm into international law originated in the tragedies of several cruel civil wars in the Post-Cold War global era. Armed civil wars lead to failed states, failing state monopoly on security and lack of protection for civilians that caused genocide and crimes against humanity.The Total Text: Questions of International Law:  “Responsibility to Protect” Civilians in Armed Conflicts or Respect for the Ter...


THE CENTRAL ASIAN REPUBLICS TOWARDS MULTILATERALISM AND REGIONALISM(3.06.2014)

The Central Asian Republics Towards Multilateralism and Regionalism

Despite all the difficulties inherent to cooperation, it is important to understand why making the effort to create regionalism. The answer can be found by means of an evaluation of individual motivations of each Central Asian country (and through the personality of each leader), through a hermeneutic perspective regarding the dynamics inherent in cooperation and conflict. The main reasons for the search of a regionalism seem to reside in its very nature. The Total Text: The Central Asian Republics Towards Multilateralism and Regionalism...


THE NEW WORLD ORDER: THE DEBATE ON THE FUTURE: THE ISSUES(11.05.2014)

The New World Order: The Debate on the Future: The Issues

Americans have reason to be interested in possible threats to their hegemony in this new century. In other words, while the decline of America continues, other actors seem to emerge. In addition to the United States, the famous Palmerstonian pentarchy includes: "Russia, China, India and Japan". In this form of power for the 21st century, "Europe has disappeared [...]" while Asia focuses attention (Schmiegelow Partners, 2008: 21).The Total Text: The New World Order: The Debate on the Future: The Issues...


DE-CHECHENISING THE II CAUCASUS EMIRATE: FROM ETHNONATIONAL SECESSIONISM TO ETHNORELIGIOUS IRREDENTISM(8.04.2014)

De-Chechenising the II Caucasus Emirate: from ethnonational secessionism to ethnoreligious irredentism

On 18th March 2014, Aliasaskhab Kebekov confirmed the death of Dokka Umarov, leader of the II Caucasus Emirate established by him in the end of October 2007. In the same video Kebekov claims that he was appointed to be the new leader of the irredentist group that aims to establish an Emirate uniting the North Caucasus under the Sharia law. The nomination of Kebekov opens a new chapter in the transformation of the movement from an ethnonational secessionist group to an ethnoreligious irredentist project.The Total Text: De-Chechenising the II Caucasus Emirate: from ethnonational secessionism to ethnoreligious irredentism...


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