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In 1945, Japan managed to bear the unbearable, and surrendered to the USA – thereby World War II came to an end also on the Pacific theatre. Following that, in 1946 the USA established a new Japanese Constitution in which the island state took on to ...
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of the largest social network in the world, was summoned by US senators and representatives to the US Congress on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal which concerned the privacy of 2.13 billion ...
Since the beginning of the European migration crisis, one question has sparked tension within the public sphere: is this phenomenon linked to the spread of terrorism on the continent? Politicians, experts and civil organisations are all eager to give...
Although in early February 2018, the European Parliament rejected the idea of a transnational list, the Pan-European idea itself entails a number of questions and differing opinions.
A few months ago, for the vast majority of mainstream media, the election of the billionaire D.Trump signify the end of the American democracy. So, what does this actually mean? Is his political programme, considered unworkable, really jeopardizing...
The democratic principles must be respected by all member States in the European Union. But what happens if they are not? Should the European Union exclude the members that are not in harmony with its democratic principles?
“Disillusionment with politics”, “abstentions in elections”, “rise of extremism” are just one of the few phrases we hear more and more about EU member states, especially about the countries of the former Eastern bloc. EU citizens feel that democracie...
Equal marriage rights, in any country that legalized it, are celebrated as a huge advancement. But does it make sense to fit the LGBT community into a heteronormative institution?
Is counterfeiting an inevitable phenomenon of globalization with few serious consequences or a real challenge that the international economy has to fight?
Was the outcome of the U.S. presidential elections really as unpredictable as polls suggested or on the contrary - does this election merely conform to a current global trend?
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