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  • Rearming foreign rebels is it violation of Law?
    on Mar 31, 2011 in Art & Culture
    This issue has been brough to light by UN Seccurity Council Resolution 1973. 1973 was voted by all non permanent members, including Portugal (currently serving one year), and abstentions of Russia and China (which doesnt veto the procedural voting ma...
  • thoughts of Berhard Zand from Der Spiegel
    on Mar 8, 2011 in Art & Culture
    (…) ” These countries probably stand the worst chance of stabilizing in the foreseeable future, because men like Gadhafi and Yemeni President Saleh will not even leave behind the basic framework of a power structure that someone else woul...
  • the triade of solution to the war in Lybia
    on Mar 2, 2011 in Art & Culture
    Lybia is currently presented with three viable ways of getting out of the civil unrest and undeclared but obvious civil war: The first would be to simply get an informal agreement with a secret clause between the 5 permanent members of the Security C...
  • Mark’s Point of view
    on Feb 6, 2011 in Art & Culture
    I met a Lebanese guy that fought on th 1979 civil war in the south of the country. Back then, before the actual coalition of parties in the country, refered to by political analysts as Confessionalism or Consociationalism, Maronites clashed against...
  • Weekend Program
    on Jan 19, 2011 in Family and Entertainment
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  • IFEX- Tunisia Monitoring Group
    on Jan 17, 2011 in International Relations
    Back in June 2010, on its seventh mission, IFEX -TMG ( The International Freedom of Expression Exchange- Tunisia Monitoring Group), released a report with 18 recommendations against Tunisia situation on political freedom. IFEX is a global network, c...
  • Tunisia leader thrown down by a mass protest started on Facebook
    on Jan 16, 2011 in International Relations
    According to “Foreign Policy”  online edition of January 14, the opposition formed from within the civil society in Tunisia, had no reported islamic presence. Unlikely as it might seem, considering that Ben Ali, who fled the country leav...
  • Public Service at the roots
    on Jan 12, 2011 in International Relations
    How is public service represented in the communities? What are the traditional and also the unconventional ways in which public service manifests itself in the neighborhoods? When did public service became forever changed and what changed it? Who mad...
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