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Refugee’s Dialectic: A Kantian Perspective on Palestinian Refugees’ Right of Return

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

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From Theory to Practice: Case Studies Illustrating the Impact of Decentralization and Governance in Public Organizations

https://videopress.com/v/2deL5SPc?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Decentralization of local government is a critical process that significantly contributes to the democratic development of a country. This multifaceted reform involves the transfer of political, fiscal, and decision-making powers from the central government to the local level, challenging the existing centralized decision-making monopoly. Embraced globally, particularly in developing nations and those undergoing significant … Continue reading From Theory to Practice: Case Studies Illustrating the Impact of Decentralization and Governance in Public Organizations

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Unraveling the Israel-Palestine Conflict: The Unintended Consequences of Nationalism-Isolationism as Explored by UN General Secretary Guterres

The world is watching in horror the events following the October 7th massacre by Hamas, and the beginning of a new chapter of the Israeli-Palestine carnage, where there are normally no real winners, and the parties are both stuck on a sub-optimal stalemate, where Palestinian civilians increased the lines of the sadly labeled, collateral casualties, … Continue reading Unraveling the Israel-Palestine Conflict: The Unintended Consequences of Nationalism-Isolationism as Explored by UN General Secretary Guterres