Kosovo’s cannibalism In a civil war, like the one that happened in the former Yugoslavia, there are good guys and bad guys, since the truth is that there were a lot of times I felt very lonely or that due to my origins I was blamed to support only one side.
Why the Poor Stay Hungry
As the United Nations Secretary-General said on 29 April 2008 at the end of a high-level meeting of UN Agencies in Bern, Switzerland devoted to the world food crisis “The food crisis threatens to undo all our good work.”
Relocation of Rohingyas in a Deserted Island in Thailand
In 1852, the government of the French Emperor Napoleon III opened a penitentiary island known as “Devil’s Island” which was used for the settlement of convicts ranging from political prisoners to the most hardened of thieves and murderers.
EU’s Regional Policy and Kurdish Question
The Republic of Turkey has a credibility problem regarding solutions to the Kurdish question. Accepting Kurds as interlocutors seems difficult for those ruling elites whether they are old-style Kemalists or new-fashion Islamists.