Against the background of the condemnation of the Paris Agreement by US President Donald Trump and the G20 being unable to find common ground on fighting climate change, it is time to deal with the international law implications of what happens to the legal subjectivity of small island states whose territory gets swallowed by the rising sea level.
Our contributor -Marcel A. Thomkins - elaborates how Syria was divided by the war and which countries and powers might be governing in this country.
The current regime in Venezuela is close to its collapse as the tensions in the streets of Caracas are more intensified and the budget is shrinking. The "zero hour" is near?
These days the amount of reports on alleged Russian interference in Western democracies would suggest that Moscow is focused on digital warfare. Together with boots on the ground in Ukraine and Syria, Russians seem to be back on the international arena in full force since its demise after the breakup of the Soviet Union in … Continue reading Energy Politics in the Heart of Europe
Donald Trump continues creating his own foreign affairs policy, which is mainly based on dismantling the achievements of the previous government. Last week was revised the "Cuba policy", but what has changed?
Last week Panama recognized One China policy and broke its ties with Taiwan. This strategic move has a strong economic background, however it is also a puzzle in the big geopolitical game.
Our contributor - G.Ayvazyan- gives a short update around the situation with Qatar. On Monday morning, June 5, five Arab states suspended the diplomatic relations with Qatar. What happens next?
Against the background of the latest email leaks of Emmanuel Macron shortly before the second round of the French presidential election, Tim A. Hagemann has a closer look on the classification and problems of these interferences with the democratic election process under international law.
Our contributor - Asier Hernandez - explains a possible rationale behind the attacks in Dormund last month. It was not just about football.
In this article, our contributor Tim A. Hagemann will analyze the legal changes that came with the successful constitutional referendum and its implications for democratic constitutionalism in Turkey.