Words vs. Weapons: Dominique de Villepin’s Address Against The Iraq Invasion

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By Quentin Machado “War is always the sanction of failure.” As the Middle East threatens once again to turn into a blazing fire, one may be tempted to opt for escalation, a solution deemed mightier than diplomatic wandering. The warning is indeed seldom listened to: leaders often recognize its wisdom…

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The Atlas Network, or the Alliance between the Bourgeoisie and the Radical Right to Win Cultural Hegemony

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By Sofiane Marceau El Banine 2024 IS A PIVOTAL YEAR. Never before have so many elections taken place at the same time, especially in such a context of uncertainty and radicality. All over the world, tensions arise between countries that recover the idea of empire and hegemony to lead their…

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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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UF Travel: Oslo

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The UF Uppsala Travel Group, together with UPF Växjö, visited Oslo and its surroundings in May 2024. They provided Uttryck with some insights from their weekend. WE ARRIVED in Oslo at noon on Friday, ready to explore the city. After we checked in to our hostel, we went to visit…

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