Delaying Peace: The Palestinian Case

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By Quentin Machado Uttryck Magazine, in collaboration with Radio UF, interviewed two weeks ago Dr. Namira Negm on the state of affairs between Israel and Palestine. Former Legal Counsel of the African Union, notably defending Palestine before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), she delivered, thanks to her extensive experience, deeply valuable insights about the dire situation. Vested interests, legal pathways, question of genocide… Here is a summary. IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN NINE MONTHS since the conflict sparked between…

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Raphaël Glucksmann. A Hope for Revival of the Left in France?

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By Bénédicte Poirot Essayist, journalist, political advisor, MEP, how Raphaël Glucksmann hopes to win votes by doing “everything at once”. Raphaël Glucksmann, the man Raphaël Glucksmann is the leader of the French Socialist Party list for the 2024 European Election. The strategy put forward by the candidate is to get…

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History Echoes. Georgia’s Persistent Struggle for Democracy

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By Tekle Makashvili and Salome Berdzenishvili “PEOPLE’S RIVER will never stop flowing, flowing from the country’s heart,” reads the long fabric banner on the streets, protesting the Russian regime in Tbilisi, Georgia. The country, situated in the Caucasus, has been independent for more than thirty turbulent years since the collapse…

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