Return To The Cold War

On June 18th, for the first time in 24 years, Russian President Vladimir Putin embarked on a two-day visit to North Korea. This move, which has stirred
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Hong Kong: Erosion of Rights and Freedoms

Photo by Manson Yim on Unsplash The EU’s outgoing foreign affairs chief says there has been a “continuous erosion of the rights and freedoms” of people in Hong Kong. Josep

Actions to Restore Peace and Overcome Russia 

The recent Global Peace Summit has proven to be a pivotal event in the ongoing struggle for international stability, particularly in the light of Russia’s aggressive actions.

Global South at the Peace Summit

Initiating the Peace Summit today in Switzerland, Ukraine has taken a significant step towards intensifying its contacts with countries of the Global South, which are increasingly playing

Summit in Switzerland: Starting Point for Seeking a Universal Formula for Peace

On 15-16 June the World Summit will take place at the Bürgenstock Hotel in the canton of Nidwalden, Switzerland, as announced by the presidents of Ukraine and

The Contribution of Minority Religions to Society

This year’s CESNUR conference is co-organized by the Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR), Université Bordeaux Montaigne — CLIMAS (Cultures et littératures des mondes anglophones), and


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Will France Return to the Politics of Hate, Nationalism and Xenophobia?

Photo by Dawid Małecki on Unsplash The European Parliament elections with their low turn outs, unknown politicians, and use as a protest vote against incumbent governments have exploded

Far Right Gains in France a Pivotal Moment

Shock Waves in French Politics

No Right Wing Coalition in New Parliament?

European Political Centre Holds Balance of Power