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7 Dec 2012
History reclassified as state secret: the case of Xu ZerongIn 2002, historian Xu Zerong was sentenced to 13 years in jail for leaking state secrets. The...
2 Apr 2012
Belief | Church | law | Religion | State | tradition | Faith | Law General | Morality | Political philosophy | Law | Religion | Philosophy
Many different religions have their own systems of rules and practices. These often cover marriage and divorce, bans on certain actions such as drinking...
2 Mar 2012
funding | higher education | role of government | State | university | Government | University | Education
Nearly every country in the developed world, and more and more in the developing world, provide free primary and secondary education. Such education is...
21 Feb 2012
European Constitution | EUROPEAN UNION | Federal Europe | sovereignty | State | Europe | International
Federalism is as a system of multilevel government where each level of government has a direct relationship with the citizen. It is distinct both from systems...
20 Feb 2012
identity | imagined communities | myth | national identity | nationalism | Nations | State | Culture
Nationalism is an ideology that involves the strong identification of a group of individuals with a political entity defined in national terms (i.e. a nation...
20 Feb 2012
Culture | Education General | English | Language | Minorities | State | United States of America | Culture General | Culture | Education
The United States declared independence in 1776 against what it saw as the overweening power of the British crown regarding taxes, regulations, and...
26 Jan 2012
autonomy | Human rights | nation | Politics | self determination | sovereignty | State | united nations charter | Government | International law | Political philosophy | Law | Philosophy
Self-determination is loosely defined as the right of nations or peoples to "freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic,...
26 Jan 2012
civic duties | civic rights | Democracy | Government | Politics | State | voting | Voting Systems | Government | Political philosophy | Voting | Philosophy
In many countries around the world individuals are free to choose to vote or not to vote, while in other countries (Australia, a couple cantons in Switzerland...
26 Jan 2012
illegal immigrants | immigration | integration | Multiculturalism | Racism | State | Immigration | Minorities | Modern culture | Traditions | Culture
Multiculturalism is a somewhat nebulous term, and as such can be used to mean a variety of things. This debate, however, will concern itself with...
Dear All, We want to thank you all for your interest in Chennai Worlds. During the period when registration was open, we had 477 unique...
Toader Mateoc, this year's Spirit Award for Coaches winner, talks to us about the award and the Youth Forum in Mexico.The Spirit Awards, awarded...
The Curriculum Director for the 2013 Global Youth Forum has been announced. Serving her second year as the Curriculum Director will be Dr. Anca...