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  • Hosni to Morsi to Sisi

    Africa / Hosni to Morsi to Sisi

    Every individual that has stepped on the throne of Egypt has not only changed the fate of his own people but also the the geopolitics of the whole Middle East & North Africa. This essay presents a concise historical perspective that led to the contemporary era of Hosni, Morsi & Sisi and what ideological difference they present.

  • Will Madoru Survive?

    Americas / Will Madoru Survive?

    ...social programs, subsidies on food and basic goods and excessive spending on health and education caused decline in manufacturing or agriculture... all this social spending relied excessively on oil revenues from PDVSA, and once the oil prices dropped in the international market, Venezuela had nothing to spend and the economy went into ruins...

  • The Pink Tide

    Americas / The Pink Tide

    The legacy of Hugo Chavez, who is considered the mast-holder of Bolivarianism in South America, is not just of a communist ideal that is meant to create a utilitarian economy and the uplift of the lower class, it is an idea based on the spirit of freedom and the strength needed to sustain it.

  • Superpower Dying

    Americas / Superpower Dying

    This study analyzes the status of United States as a superpower based upon the stages of the life of a superpower identified by Samuel Huntington in his essay ‘The Lonely Superpower’, and tries to find out how far the United States has moved into his predictions, after over one and a half decade of his writing.

  • Snowden - Prism Versus Democracy

    Americas / Snowden - Prism Versus Democracy

    US history is filled with many such heroic figures, who understood their civil and constitutional rights, and were willing to jeopardize their illustrious careers and risk the permanent enmity of the strongest network of secret predators.