Mon, 22 Jul 2019
| Usbed Usbed  |  Experts  |  About SO  |  Executive Board  |  Advisory Board  |  Collaborating Bodies  |  Contact Us  |  CALL FOR PAPERS  |  Policy Brief
Logo
 

INDIAS BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY (BJP) THE HINDU NATIONALIST PARTY BETWEEN MODERATION AND RADICALIZATION(19.02.2014)

Indias Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The Hindu Nationalist Party Between Moderation and Radicalization

In a few month in spring 2014, the Indian population is electing their central government. Next to the long-standing major party of the Indian National Congress (INC) and the upcoming Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which emerged from the anti-corruption movement in 2011, there is the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), that is seen ahead in opinion polls and has delightful prospects to win the Lok Sabha's elections. Because the BJP's return to government is highly possible, this article tries to explain the attractiveness of the party and sheds light on its history and orientation.The Total Text: India's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The Hindu Nationalist Party Between ...


THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE STATE: THE INTERESTS THAT TURN THE WORLD OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ROUND(14.02.2014)

The Individual and the State: The Interests that Turn the World of International Relations Round

Thucydides once claimed that the relations between individuals, as well as states, depend on interests. While many historians hold this to be fundamentally true, a common definition is lacking. Which interests are the most important for a state? Are these constant? Might we be able to decipher a common pattern throughout history that might mitigate for us this truth? etc. But it might be easier to heuristically unravel a common thread by first beginning with the building block of the institution that we are currently trying to decipher—the individual—and then working our way up to the very pinnacle of that social organization—the international community. The Total Text: ...


NAGORNO-KARABAKH (ARTSAKH) CONFLICT BETWEEN THE RIGHT OF SELF-DETERMINATION AND THAT OF THE TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY(12.02.2014)

Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) Conflict  Between The Right of Self-Determination and That of the Territorial Integrity

“It is for the people to determine the destiny of the territory, and not the territory the destiny of the people”. Judge Hardy Dillard (I.C.J.), Oct. 16, 1975The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is one of the most bloody and large-scale conflicts in the post-Soviet region. This is an old conflict with its own genesis and is considered to be a real obstacle for the development of relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan. As an international issue, the problem of Nagorno-Karabakh first came into the scene in 1918. After the collapse of the Russian empire, Armenia and Azerbaijan faced the problem of border delimitation. Based on the declaration made by Soviet Azerbaijan as well as ...


CLIMATE CHANGE: TAKING ACTION FOR A BETTER FUTURE(9.02.2014)

Climate Change: Taking Action For a Better Future

Humans are the most important reasons of the climate change, and from day to day, they are having an increasing influence on it, by burning fossil fuels, cutting down rainforests..etc.. The records, increasing the scientific consensus on the reality of human influence over climate change, are showing this fact clearly.To illustrate, according to the World Meteorological Organization,  global surface temperature change for the end of the 21st century is likely to exceed 1.5°C relative to 1850 to 1900 for all. While  the year 2013 raises as the year among the top ten warmest years since modern records began in 1850, it is expectable that, conti...


WINNER-TAKE-ALL POLITICS. HOW WASHINGTON MADE THE RICH RICHER – AND TURNED ITS BACK ON THE MIDDLE CLASS(6.02.2014)

Winner-Take-All Politics. How Washington Made the Rich Richer – And Turned Its Back on the Middle Class

Description:That the United States are a country with a huge inequality level is not surprising. The fact that the top 1 % of Americans earns more than the bottom 60 % of their compatriots is in a way alarming. But this was also expounded already in the protests of the occupy-movement. What is the staggering matter in the work of the Political Scientists Paul Pierson and Jacob Hacker, is their assertion, that this is not because of changing economic conditions, but as a result of government politics, that favoured the rich and superrich of the United States since the 1970's in an extraordinary manner and in a way, that is not comparable to other industrial nations. Ho...


Page 50 / 109

  • Find us on Facebook


  • CALL FOR PAPERS

    Call For Papers

 
All Rights Reserved - 2012 © Strategic Outlook | Editored By ertugruloztarsu