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Door: Floris Grijzenhout Het was in de nacht van 8 op 9 november 2016 dat ik de President's Night bijwoonde in de Melkweg in Amsterdam. Het was een ervaring die ik niet snel zal vergeten: zelden heb ik zo'n eenheidsworst meegemaakt als bij die gebeurtenis. Afgezien van een...

By Panos Kontogiannis Today social media has become more present in the daily life of global citizens. There are on average 295 million users of social media in Europe, a number equal to 40% of its total population. Facebook alone counts 232 million active users. The...

By Dana Cohen In February 2016, Associate Justice to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) Antonin Scalia passed away. With his death, a seat opened up in the highest federal court of the country, which normally consists of nine justices (eight associate and one...

By Anca-Elena Ursu ~ This past week the South China Sea maritime disputes regained public attention when China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi declared that the People's Republic of China (PRC) expects Japan to comply with the 1943 Cairo Declaration and the 1945 Potsdam Treaty and return...

By Claudia Elion 800.000 Tutsi's were killed during the Rwandan genocide. Over 480.000 Sudanese civilians were killed during the Darfur genocide. And 8.000 Bosniaks were killed during the Srebrenica genocide. And three times the international community promised “never again". But in Syria, already more than 450.000...

By Agata Chmiel~ President Obama proclaimed January to be the US Human Trafficking Awareness Month, proving that the issue, not only in Americas but internationally, is on the rise. Throughout the last decade of economic and migration crises occurring across the globe, human trafficking in itself...

By Alba Leon ~ The Denial of Peter seems to be a good metaphor for the collective and worldwide denial of common sense that seems to be taking hold. Personally, I woke up to news that I couldn't believe was true three times this year. There were many...

By Rik van Dijk ~  Title: Arms and the Dudes: How Three Stoners from MiamiBeach Became the Most Unlikely Gunrunners in History Author: Guy Lawson As a disclaimer I must inform our readers that this book nor the movie it spawned is very new. However, I decided to write this...

By Emanuel Skoog ~ Since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 NATO has focused greatly on working on its deterrence in the Baltic region with stepped up air patrols and the promise to dispatch troops there [1]. However, Russia is giving increased priority to expanding its military...