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IS THE CRISIS OF NATIONAL INTEGRATION THE MAIN REASON OF INTERNAL CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN?(22.02.2016)

Is the crisis of national integration the main reason of internal conflict in South Sudan?

The man is a social creature, and cannot even think of having a nonpartisan continuation. Aristotle said centuries ago was the same: "the man lives in a family, village, and cities. Not as an isolated being." in this paper we will examine the social life of the Africans and the main reason of the internal conflicts in the East African country’s South Sudan in our opinion it is the weak national integration in these countries. Before the decolonization, particularly in East African countries, the societies were wanderers communities and didn't able to brought them in the organization. But the colonists achieved to united these societies in one state and formed the...


TIME FOR REVISION: TRANSATLANTIC TRADE & INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP AND TURKEY(7.07.2015)

Time for Revision: Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership and Turkey

Concerning Turkish foreign policy, the year 1995 has a special meaning. Through the negotiation process with the European Union (EU) which have been active since the Ankara Agreement and the 1/95 decision of the Council of Association through which the Customs Union was launched, a significant integration level partnership was ensured.  Though, under the framework of partnership, it was not stated that the two parties would have equal rights in integration, Turkey was isolated from decision taking mechanisms, and a system based on Turkey obeying, regardless of its benefits, EU’s foreign economic policies concerning third parties, was formed. In this c...


AZERBAIJAN AT CROSS-ROADS: EUROPEAN UNION OR EURASIAN UNION(28.12.2014)

Azerbaijan at Cross-Roads: European Union or Eurasian Union

In January 2014, in the World Economic Forum in Davos, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev stated that Azerbaijan was not going to sign the Association Agreement with the EU. “Today there’s no necessity for our country to choose between cooperation with EU and Customs Union. We have very active bilateral relations with the members of Customs Union. Our trade turnover is growing and in general the political contacts are at the high level. Some choices or alternatives were never in question for us. We cooperate with both Custom Union members and EU members”, - President Aliyev said.In the light of recent military intervention of Russia in the Georgia and Ukraine, two countries...


ISRAELIS PREFER A RIGHT-LEANING GOVERNMENT OF NETANYAHU, LAPID AND BENNET(28.01.2013)

Israelis prefer a right-leaning government of Netanyahu, Lapid and Bennet

The new national elections confirmed that the majority of Israelis espouse centrist political views with a notable right-wing trendThe new national elections confirmed that the majority of Israelis espouse centrist political views with a notable right-wing trend f supporting parties with neo-liberal economic and neo-conservative political agenda (the Likud-Israel Beiteynu list -31 seats), but moderated by an emergence of the new parties, which share in common the Third Way ideology in the aftermath of the "social justice" protest movement in the summer 2011: Yesh Atid (19 seats) of Yair Lapid and HaTnua(The Movement)-7 seats, of Zipi Livny, a former Foreign Minister in the go...


TWO FAITHS ONE BANNER-BOOK REVIEW(17.12.2012)

Two Faiths One Banner-Book Review

By Joseph HammondSince Samuel Huntington unveiled his “Clash of Civilization” thesis in a 1993 Foreign Affairs article, a cottage industry of critiques have emerged to challenge it. Great thinkers, such as Amartya Sen, Amin Maalouf and Edward Said, have expended time and ink to refute Huntington’s controversial thesis. For the most part, these works have presented rationale critiques that focus on theoretical problems raised by Samuel Huntington’s board game like simplification of geopolitics and global history.  Few of these critiques have, however, tried to counter Huntington’s argument with primary source research or been as readable as Ian Almond’s Two Fa...


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