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The Secret Strategies of Isis and Boko Haram in Libya

The new alliance of Boko Haram with Isis could further disrupt the fate of Libya. The terror groups have paved themselves a new path of jihadism to cinch control of the volatile North African region and its migration routes. The UN quickly held a meeting on 13 May in which …

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Orphans of War in Eastern Ukraine

By Aleksandr Mykhaylenko translated by OLGA MAGALETSKAWatch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015) Aleksandr Mykhajlenko (Donetsk, 1978), achieved a Master’s degree (1999-2005) in Russian philology  from the National University of Donetsk. Since 2015 he works as a journalist for the “Gazeta” in Kiev.  Ukraine’s children of war Donetsk, August 2015. I am …

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Elections in Israel: Netanyahu and The Years to Come

Before the Elections: the False Winds of Change As the various runner ups for the Israel elections raced to the top, the spirit of the people of Israel  seemed to be one determined on change. And yet, despite the optimist nature of this widespread claim, it should have been clear that …

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Turkey
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Turkey: A Story Between East and West

After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire following its defeat in the First World War, a new, unified country called Turkey emerged in 1923. Its first President,Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (which translates as the Father of all Turks) recognized the geopolitical importance of Turkey as a bridge between Asia and Europe …

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Regulations
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New Regulations for the Financial Markets

Few people still remember the demand for new regulations for the financial markets, but after a long debate on the subject, some new rules were approved. Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and a long period of severe economic recession, the economy is finally recovering in the UK and in …

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Microfinance
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Can Microfinance Reduce Poverty?

The 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Grameen Bank (the first microfinance institution) Muhammad Yunus famously defined credit as a human right. Today, microfinance providers reach more than 200 million clients globally. In Bangladesh, country of birth of microcredit, the Grameen bank has about 8.5 million borrowers, …

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Family
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Technology and Family: What an evolution!

“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”  When Lev Tolstoy started writing Anna Karenina he was not aware that this incipit was going to become immortal, but he was aware of the importance of the family for the development of his characters. What …

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