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Smoke, Mirrors, Yachts, and Dachas

March 16, 2018

By Jackson Oliver Webster   This article is part of a two-part pre- and post-election analysis of the Russian elections and their significance for the country and region going forward.    Russia’s elections have been crafted the same way a producer designs the season finale of a reality TV show finale: the illusion of suspense hides … Continue reading “Smoke, Mirrors, Yachts, and Dachas”


Entretien avec Jean-Dominique Merchet sur les Réformes du Renseignement en France

March 10, 2017

La France vivra dans quelques semaines des élections présidentielles dont l’enjeu est de taille pour l’avenir immédiat du pays. De nombreux dossiers attendent le futur chef de l’Etat, parmi lesquels la vague de terrorisme, une hypothétique réforme du renseignement, ou encore l’avenir de la construction européenne. William Moray, de Strife, s’entretient avec Jean-Dominique Merchet (@jdomerchet) … Continue reading “Entretien avec Jean-Dominique Merchet sur les Réformes du Renseignement en France”


Waiting for the Barbarians: A response to General Election debates, why Nationalism can destroy our country

May 4, 2015

By Pablo de Orellana & Maryyum Mehmood: To say ‘our country’ constitutes a claim as to whom the country belongs, and just as explicitly, to whom it does not. Nationalism is a big and old idea, a political concept that links rights to membership of a particular community. Within that community, however defined, nationalism emphasizes … Continue reading “Waiting for the Barbarians: A response to General Election debates, why Nationalism can destroy our country”


Presidency à la Erdogan: A Perspective on the System of Government and the Future of Turkey

September 25, 2014

By Gonenc Uysal: Turkey had increasingly staged discussions about the system of government when Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkey should have presidency in November 2012[1] (the Turkish system of government is located between parliamentarism and semi-presidentialism).[2] Although the system is parliamentarian, the Constitution of 1982 broadened the President’s fundamental executive, legislative and juridical competences … Continue reading “Presidency à la Erdogan: A Perspective on the System of Government and the Future of Turkey”


After the European Elections: It’s time to make the case for Europe

May 26, 2014

By Claire Yorke: Waking up to the European election results this morning I was drawn to a book of Historic Tables by S. H. Steinberg from 1949 that documents the history of the world from 58BC to the end of the Second World War. Through its pages it charts the key dates and events that … Continue reading “After the European Elections: It’s time to make the case for Europe”


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