Secular Extremism in Europe

Secular Extremism in Europe

The possibilities of representing Muslim minorities in modern European states are decreasing every passing day. The basic ideology of political representation in liberal democracies makes it difficult if not impossible to represent Muslims as Muslims.

China, The Rise

China, The Rise

China is a rising power and its importance in world affairs represents key changes in global power dynamics. The growing trade relations and security ties within Asia are evident that China has grown more prominence in regional politics.

  • Human Rights
  • Muslim Minorities
  • Islamic World

Secular Extremism in Europe

Secular Extremism in Europe

November 26, 2020

The possibilities of representing Muslim minorities in modern European states are decreasing every passing day. The basic ideology of political representation in liberal democracies makes it difficult if not impossible to represent Muslims as Muslims.

The Farce of “Free Speech”

The Farce of “Free Speech”

November 5, 2020

The right to free speech in democratic societies is coupled with responsibilities. This right does not negate ethics and morality, nor should said responsibilities be misinterpreted as an attempt to limit this right.


Forgotten Exclaves of Azerbaijan

Forgotten Exclaves of Azerbaijan

November 5, 2020

The Soviet Union's divide and rule policy and its exploitation of ethnic and social conflicts to construct artificial borders constitute complex border problems in today's Post-Soviet countries.


  • 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,

Political Interests in Syrian Humanitarian Aid

Political Interests in Syrian Humanitarian Aid

July 23, 2020

In 2015, Assad forces prevented the UN from delivering any food and medical aid even when the people were dying because of hunger. They also stole much of the aid before it arrived. This policy was done in many areas in Ghouta or south Damascus.

Forgotten Exclaves of Azerbaijan

Forgotten Exclaves of Azerbaijan

November 5, 2020

The Soviet Union's divide and rule policy and its exploitation of ethnic and social conflicts to construct artificial borders constitute complex border problems in today's Post-Soviet countries.