For a meaningful SDG Agenda
In the wake of the US declaration on the Paris Agreement
Ashraf and Western policy towards Iraq
The “Independent Report” published last November made fully the case for the delisting of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) in the US...
Analysis of UNAMI/OHCHR Report on Human Rights in Iraq/17 2010
On the issue of professionalism, a comparison of the UNAMI/OHCHR report was made with a near simultaneous report from a twin organization UNAMA/OHCHR in Afghanistan.
A Green Ray over Iraq
Report commissioned by the “Commission to Study the Organisation of Peace”, USA - Tolerance, peace and democracy in Iraq What role for the international community?
From Hariri to Taseer
Silence has the power to transform murder from a sporadic event into a weapon of mass destruction. The international community cannot stay silent.
Democracy in Europe
Territoriality, identity, and representation
The Modern Theocratic Challenge to Humanism
We are now celebrating the sixty ninth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Approved in Paris by the General Assembly of the then recently established United Nations, on December the tenth, it is a marvellous text which lost none of its significance and charm today.
ARCHumankind welcomes European Parliament proposed debate on the murder of Salmaan Taseer
The protection of all of those who are threatened for its religion, ethnicity, sex, religion orientation or any other distinction, and above all of...
Davos by the volcanoes
A research team comprising the National Scientific Research Centre and the local public University (Université Clermont Auvergne) promoted a weekly Summer school dedicated to ‘Integrated Assessment Models, Economics, Energy and Climate’ - geared mostly at academics and other professionals, including PhD students, and conducted in English.
Policy Brief Nr.2 – Nuclear terror proliferation: an assessment. The PINK triangle threat
The existence of an Iranian clandestine nuclear programme was unveiled in 2002 by the Iranian main opposition force, the NCRI. Its exposure was followed by international sanctions and a long negotiation procedure that culminated on 14 July 2015, in Vienna, where a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear programme was signed between the E3/EU+3 group and Iran.