Abstract This fact sheet examines the dialectic issue of Palestinian refugees and their right of return, which was recognised by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948 but has yet to be realized. With over 5.6 million registered Palestinian refugees spread throughout several Middle Eastern countries, the humanitarian issue remains a deeply sensitive and personal … Continue reading Refugee’s Dialectic: A Kantian Perspective on Palestinian Refugees’ Right of Return
It is not very difficult to see how the Democrats of today more and more closely resemble the Republicans of yesterday.
If The Supreme Leader tramples on the rights of everyone except the Upper Caste Hindu Males - how come the house of cards is still standing? The answer is simple, and that's why it's terrifying.
The concept of “enemy image” dates back to the very beginning of ancient state formation. However, it was not until many centuries later that the term came into wide usage within the political context, when German political theorist Carl Schmitt published The Concept of the Political in 1932. Schmitt described the “friend-enemy” distinction as an … Continue reading Controlled Political Mythology and Blame Games
Scientia potentia est (knowledge is power), so goes the famous Latin saying. This is particularly true in the 21st century, where knowledge and information are currencies with ever-appreciating value. But like any other instrument of power, knowledge can be manipulated as either a force for good or a dangerous weapon. Exploiting information and psychological manipulation … Continue reading Manipulation of Public Consciousness as a Strategy in Information Wars
— Article by Julia Kozlova The aim of a good city is to lead citizens towards a happy life (c) Plato In Antiquity, both the Greek polis (from which derives our ‘politics’, the science of governing states) and the Latin civitas defined the city-state, an urban as well as a political organization. This dual significance … Continue reading Historical Overview: Utopian Ideas and Ideal City Policy