International

7 Mar 2014
 Russia has long seen the post-soviet space, the countries of the former USSR, as its special sphere of interest. It has been willing to engage in...
5 Mar 2014
On the 27th February 2014 soldiers seized the Crimean Parliament. They did not have insignia but raised a Russian flag above the building.[1] The Crimean...
28 Feb 2014
The past two decades have seen rapid and overwhelming progress in Rwanda, a country that was hit by the worst post cold war atrocity in 1994 when up to a...
27 Feb 2014
The Seychelles are an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar. It is one of the smallest countries in the world at only 455 km2, its...
20 Feb 2014
What started as a simple protest in February 2011 gained momentum to be one of the most crucial revolutions that attracted the world’s attention. On 16...
18 Feb 2014
The global population is now ageing – the process of ageing is prevalent internationally with people living longer lives due to a number of factors. The...
17 Feb 2014
On the first of July 2002 the Rome Statute that formed the International Criminal Court (ICC) came into force. The ICC was needed to try the most serious war...
14 Feb 2014
The International Criminal Court (ICC) began in 2002, formed under the Rome Statute  to try the most serious of war crimes when sovereign nations are not...
12 Feb 2014
The East African community was formed in November 1999 by the Republics of Uganda, Kenya and the United Republic of Tanzania following the collapse of a...
11 Feb 2014
There is only one China, but which is it? There are two Chinas, the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China (Taiwan) but because both accept...
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