Sri Lanka: Palm Sunday bombings

Last Sunday, April 21st, Sri Lanka suffered 8 bomb attacks which took lives of 290 people and left 500 wounded. The prime targets of the attacks were 3 churches, 2 luxury hotels and 1 guesthouse. So far no terrorist group took the responsibility for these attacks, however 13 people have been already arrested. It is... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Armenia: power and people

Last April a relatively small European country – Armenia delivered a great lesson for all developing democracies how to stand up for its values. Citizens of this ex-soviet republic did not want to be fooled again and all united around one opposition leader – Nikol Pashinyan. This happened after the former president – Serzh Sargsyan... Continue Reading →

The Iran Nuclear deal and its implications

Relationship between the United States and Iran in the past decades was complicated. One of the reasons was Iranian nuclear program, however the historic deal which was concluded in 2015 might get cancelled. In this article we will analyze this agreement in a broader scope.

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