by Eve Gleeson The cultivation of crops is a steady and promising source of economic gain for developing states, both through internal markets and international trade. However, these powerhouses of economic success may well serve as a double-edged sword. Lacking robust and well-enforced laws and regulations, the economies and populations of many states have become … [Read More...] about Cash Crops, Conflict, and Climate Change
by Alexandru Nica Psychologically speaking, the stability of one's life is arguably conferred by the coherence of the Self, to use a Jungian term. In turn, it … [Read More...] about Nations and Nationalisms as Expressions of Identity
by Michael Trinkwalder In its current state, the German Armed Forces, or the Bundeswehr, are neither “structurally capable nor equipped” for the military … [Read More...] about The German Military: Why So Little Bang, For So Much Buck?