What does the European Union tell the East?

What does the European Union tell the East?

While the historical reality shows “the alliance”, the European Union unwittingly says to the East: “It is not possible to achieve prosperity without coming together.”

The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

The idea and practice of secession have been attractive for many states and “would-be” states in the Horn of Africa. However, there seem(s) to be no model state(s) succeeded in building economically strong and political viable society(ies). TPLF and OLF could learn many things from the experiences of Somalia, and despite the reasonability of demands based on economic, political, and cultural mistreatment and injustice in the context of Ethiopia, the idea and practice of secession appear less attractive and its feasibility an uphill battle in today’s world.

New Period and Possible Results in the Israeli-Gulf Relations

New Period and Possible Results in the Israeli-Gulf Relations

Today, international society is facing with a rapid diplomatic traffic between the Isreaeli ocuupation regime and some Gulf States, specially on October 2018. In fact, “normalization” iniciative between Israel and Arab countries are nothing new, but the diplomatic activities of Israeli occupation regarding Arab countries have a historical memory. The ongoing relations since the Oslo Accords signed in 1993 were perceived as being interrupted by the second Intifada, but continued in the background. It is important to point out that Israel's goal of overcoming the state of regional loneliness and isolation is undoubtedly at the core of this "accelerated normalization" process.

Sexual Abuse on Children

Sexual Abuse on Children

This article will focus on sexual abuse on children, and the article will show that how important sex education and teaching are for children and their privacy. Moreover, it will be shown just how significant it is that not only children, but parents and the society as a whole too need to have the understanding about how to protect children from a trauma that might last for a lifetime.

What is next in the Bangsamoro?

What is next in the Bangsamoro?

The peace process, which began in 1997 between the Philippine government and the (MILF) Moro Islamic Liberation Front, passed a new phase with the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement in 2014. Both sides worked to protect the peace process from this date until the law will be ratified. On July 27, 2018, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte approved the Bangsamoro Organic Law and steps have been taken for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

  • Human Rights
  • Muslim Minorities
  • Islamic World
Sexual Abuse on Children

Sexual Abuse on Children

December 17, 2018

This article will focus on sexual abuse on children, and the article will show that how important sex education and teaching are for children and their privacy. Moreover, it will be shown just how significant it is that not only children, but parents and the society as a whole too need to have the understanding about how to protect children from a trauma that might last for a lifetime.

Yemen Crisis: Looking For the Peace Under the Wreckage

Yemen Crisis: Looking For the Peace Under the Wreckage

November 14, 2018

In the civil war, children under the age of 14 were put on the front, in Yemen. 75% of the population cannot meet their basic needs such as food and cleaning. According to the United Nations, the number of people who have died of cholera is 2200. Beyond, more than 15,000 people were killed and 70,000 were lost.


What is next in the Bangsamoro?

What is next in the Bangsamoro?

December 10, 2018

The peace process, which began in 1997 between the Philippine government and the (MILF) Moro Islamic Liberation Front, passed a new phase with the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement in 2014. Both sides worked to protect the peace process from this date until the law will be ratified. On July 27, 2018, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte approved the Bangsamoro Organic Law and steps have been taken for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

Marawi: A City of Ruins Waiting to Be Reborn

Marawi: A City of Ruins Waiting to Be Reborn

June 8, 2018

Marawi is the oldest Muslim city in the Philippines. With its historical monuments and buildings, Marawi is a venerable place by the Muslims of Mindanao as the Mecca of Philippines. The city also was the only recognized “Islamic City of Philippines”. Marawi having a high number of madrasas was famous for being an educational center for Muslims. 


The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

December 31, 2018

The idea and practice of secession have been attractive for many states and “would-be” states in the Horn of Africa. However, there seem(s) to be no model state(s) succeeded in building economically strong and political viable society(ies). TPLF and OLF could learn many things from the experiences of Somalia, and despite the reasonability of demands based on economic, political, and cultural mistreatment and injustice in the context of Ethiopia, the idea and practice of secession appear less attractive and its feasibility an uphill battle in today’s world.


  • Humanitarian Diplomacy
  • Humanitarian Relief
  • War and Conflict
What is next in the Bangsamoro?

What is next in the Bangsamoro?

December 10, 2018

The peace process, which began in 1997 between the Philippine government and the (MILF) Moro Islamic Liberation Front, passed a new phase with the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement in 2014. Both sides worked to protect the peace process from this date until the law will be ratified. On July 27, 2018, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte approved the Bangsamoro Organic Law and steps have been taken for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

October 23, 2018

Considering the challenges there appears an interesting dilemma: rather than the non-state armed actors, humanitarian organizations are challenged more by the states who are mostly funding the activities. This brings about the need to invest in how to use the states to increase the leverage capacity of the NGOs. It is clear that without the permission of states humanitarian assistance cannot be possible, whether it is because of funds, or access related assertiveness. To overcome the challenges,

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Discussion

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Discussion

May 30, 2018

The civil society organizations are more appropriate for and more flexible in humanitarian diplomacy activities than states, since the latter has many bureaucratic obstacles to overcome in order to intervene in a crisis and reach a humanitarian outcome clear of selfish political ends.

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

October 23, 2018

Considering the challenges there appears an interesting dilemma: rather than the non-state armed actors, humanitarian organizations are challenged more by the states who are mostly funding the activities. This brings about the need to invest in how to use the states to increase the leverage capacity of the NGOs. It is clear that without the permission of states humanitarian assistance cannot be possible, whether it is because of funds, or access related assertiveness. To overcome the challenges,

The Global Food Crisis

The Global Food Crisis

July 17, 2018

Although there are quite many problems that accompanied the globalization process, the food crisis is the most important one, for it directly affects the survival of human beings. Today, the rise in food prices globally has turned into a global crisis. Stimulated by the political and economic instabilities in various regions, this situation has become even more chronic in many regions.

Remembering Mavi Marmara

Remembering Mavi Marmara

May 30, 2018

One of the most important manifestations of the Palestinian solidarity activities having been conducted in recent years is Freedom Flotilla. From all over the world, hundreds of people gathered for the sole purpose of helping the Palestinian people in Gaza by not only delivering humanitarian aid but also showing solidarity to them and drawing world’s attention.

The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

The Polemics and Politics of Ethiopia’s Disintegration

December 31, 2018

The idea and practice of secession have been attractive for many states and “would-be” states in the Horn of Africa. However, there seem(s) to be no model state(s) succeeded in building economically strong and political viable society(ies). TPLF and OLF could learn many things from the experiences of Somalia, and despite the reasonability of demands based on economic, political, and cultural mistreatment and injustice in the context of Ethiopia, the idea and practice of secession appear less

New Period and Possible Results in the Israeli-Gulf Relations

New Period and Possible Results in the Israeli-Gulf Relations

December 24, 2018

Today, international society is facing with a rapid diplomatic traffic between the Isreaeli ocuupation regime and some Gulf States, specially on October 2018. In fact, “normalization” iniciative between Israel and Arab countries are nothing new, but the diplomatic activities of Israeli occupation regarding Arab countries have a historical memory. The ongoing relations since the Oslo Accords signed in 1993 were perceived as being interrupted by the second Intifada, but continued in the backg

Why Algeria is Arming Itself Militarily?

Why Algeria is Arming Itself Militarily?

September 10, 2018

In the last few years, Algeria has managed to maintain the first rank of the most armed country in the African continent, as the rate of weapons import is about 52% of the arms imported by the entire continent. This comes at a time when Algeria witnesses an internal security and stability situation that may not justify such a huge armament, in turn, the country having deep social problems at all sectors needs an allocation of huge financial budgets similar to those spent on weapons.