Is the EU Heading Towards Another Lost Generation?
Author: 6 Jan 2021
A decade ago, in the midst of the global financial crisis, youth unemployment rates in EU Member States increased dramatically, deeply affecting the financial and mental state of European youth. There are similarities between the effects of the current pandemic and the...
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The Reality We Live In: Thoughts at the Year End
Author: 25 Dec 2020
Much has been said about this newly emerging wave of global instability and disorder. There are many reasons, factors, and analyses given on a regular and routine basis. Clearly, there is a proper set of orderly reflections on what has happened in regards to global stab...
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Turkey’s Re-Emergence in the Caucasus after 100 years
Author: 13 Dec 2020
As the second Karabakh War ended, it is time to reflect on Russian aims in the South Caucasus. Thought by many as a victory for Moscow in its being able to station its peacekeepers, and in the truncated Karabakh, an alternative view might be presented.   First are t...
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Russia’s New Model for the Annexation of Abkhazia
10 Dec 2020
What did the Russian Federation and the de facto Sukhumi regime agree on? In the previous article, we talked about rather “energetic” political events that we were presented with at the end of 2020. We touched upon topics such as the US elections, ongoing developme...
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Human Rights for Everyone and Everywhere
Author: 9 Dec 2020
December 10, 2020, International Human Rights Day. This is its 72nd anniversary and global society still agrees to create a world in which “human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear”, as noted in the Universal Declaration of Human Right...
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Nagorno-Karabakh - Road Map for the Occupied Territories of Georgia
Author: 30 Nov 2020
Recent developments in Nagorno-Karabakh have fundamentally changed the geopolitical architecture, shifting both the balance of power in the regional centers and a reducing the role of international actors in resolving the conflict. Armed conflict has also provided an op...
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