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This paper traces the historical development of the right to asylum
with a culminating statement in Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights (1948). In the 1967 Protocol a refugee defined as “someone who is unable or
unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a...
This paper examines the role of the international community in the Eritrean
refugee crisis. It critically analyses the international community’s, as represented
by UN, AU, EU and US, failure to fulfill its obligation. The UN, OAU, EU and US
were witnesses and guarantors of the Algiers Agreement....
This paper analyzes three decades of civil–military relations reform in Argentina, which transformed the armed forces from an organization that chronically intervened in politics to one effectively subordinate to civilian control that is more far-reaching than any other in contemporary Latin...
It currently seems unlikely that the “Islamic State” (IS) will spread its
military activities to Central Asia in a similar way as in Iraq and Syria. The regional
states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization1 have taken military precautions
to prevent this from happening. At the same...
Over the last 15 years, the world’s media outlets have written thousands
and thousands of articles, reports, books, blog posts, and other pieces about Afghanistan.
Among these myriads, one can certainly find quite a few stories of ordinary
life, of success, of hope, and of triumph. Nevertheless,...
This paper examines beliefs about the past across ethnic groups in conflict
ridden Northern Iraq, and the extent to which such beliefs are associated with
interethnic trust and political trust. Using individual-level survey data (N=1,440)
collected in 2010 and 2011 in the cities of Erbil and...
Russia’s new Concept of the State Migration Policy until 2025 (the
CSMP) was approved on 13 June 2012. As the first comprehensive, nationwide document
on migration policy in the modern history of Russia, it marks the beginning of
a decisive reform of the country’s migration policy by departing...
The purpose of this essay is two-fold: to update, thus possibly to
improve, Halford Mackinder’s original heartland thesis, and once attempted, to shift
placement of the heartland from Eurasia to North America. The author continues
strongly to support Mackinder’s heartland thesis. Four parts...
EU–Russia relations are in desperate need of legislative and institutional
reform given the fragmented legal infrastructure regulating energy trade
between these two powers. The paper will argue that the energy partnership is a
highly strategic relationship that has profound implications for the...
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