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    Ten Proposals to Change the European Union

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    Since May 2010, the question of national debt has become a central concern for Greece and for the rest of the eurozone. The first program of €110 billion, imposed by the troika — comprised of the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Commission, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) — for the purpose of elaborating… Read more »

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    NASA photos discover development of the Earth

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    These are photographs provided by NASA in which we see planet Earth from space. We discover different cities, different continents, different reliefs and also discover life through the light which is produced to the surface. Photos of Europe show strong lights among national capitals across the Continent. This strong centrist picture visualize political history of… Read more »

  • Blog, Aleksandar Obradović

    Chinese 1984

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    Writes: Aleksandar Obradović How to ensure obedience to the state? In general, the most common attempt is the repression. But the Communist Party of China does not hesitate to think about the methods of the future. China has made an application for a social network called Sesame Credit, which gives people the evaluation of how good citizens… Read more »

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    Who could be next target? Terror threat per country

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    Source: British Foreign Office

  • Blog, Marianne Mercier

    Friday the 13th

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    Author: Marianne Mercier  With the news channels streaming in the background, we count our dead and check if our friends are well. While every politician is expressing his own message of compassion at the same time as his strong determination to eradicate the threat… While hospitals are inundated with blood donors… While newspapers are dwelling… Read more »

  • Blog, Wisnu ADIHARTONO

    A Long Journey to say “We Are Here”

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    Author: Wisnu ADIHARTONO Democracy normally requires a government system that be able to accommodate all the aspirations of all peoples. Democracy should be able to avoid an arbitrary system, guaranteeing the fundamental rights of its citizens, providing vast opportunities for citizens to determine their own destiny and freedom. But what is happening if freedom itself is… Read more »

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    “Never Forget Srebrenica”: How Humanitarian Discourse Betrayed the Bosnian Ethical Truth?

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    Author: Enes LUKAČ An exploratory focus of this analytical essay is minutely framed around the empirical case of the genocidal killing of more than eight thousands Bosniaks in July 1995 around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was conducted by VRS (Bosnian Serb Army) and Scorpions (a paramilitary… Read more »

  • Blog, Aleksandar Obradović

    A l’Est du Nouveau – Battle for the Eastern European film

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    Writes: Aleksandar Obradović On 17th April in Rouen, city in northwest France, the 10th A l’Est du Nouveau film festival was opened. This is the only festival in France completely dedicate to the Central and Eastern European cinematography. Beside excellent selection of the movies which offers, A l’Est du Nouveau opens and debates on the… Read more »

  • Blog, Milena Pavlović

    Yougonostalgies et yougosphères dans le paysage de la migration serbe à Paris

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    Almost two decades after de disintegration of de federation, all six former Yugoslav republics are independent national states, but their citizens still share memories of the common past: experiences dating from de Yugoslav period, which are for the middle generation simultaneously experiences of socialism, connect people who are nowadays divides by national borders and who… Read more »