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Putin and International Law : Revisited

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued an Order on 16 March 2022, indicating that “the Russian Federation should immediately suspend the military operations that it commenced on 24 February in the territory of Ukraine”. This Order was made up under the Genocide Convention of 1948 [1], invoked by Ukraine to support its case.

Unmasking War Propaganda against Russian Aggression: An Investigative Approach

Since its unprovoked military aggression against Ukraine, Russia has inundated the world with misinformation and disinformation in efforts to justify its military operations and to claim its strict observance of the rules of warfare.

Capacity development is key to fixing the world’s water problems, IHE Delft Rector argues

Forum participant Professor Eddy Moors, Rector of the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, notes what he missed in the declaration.

Young Water Diplomats Program – helping future leaders learn about water

Policy interventions for water related-challenges are largely shaped by two groups: water experts, equipped with technical knowledge, and diplomats, with a plethora of soft skills. However, while they work towards a shared goal, they inhabit two different worlds that seldom interact.

Leonardo’s Faces – Gabor Balint

"I have had the opportunity to work during several diplomatic events ever since I started working in  the Promenade Hotel. According to my observations, diplomats value precision, punctuality and some ‘’sweet and short’’ conversation. I definitely had to push myself into rethinking and optimizing my time managing skills. Multitasking and flexibility turned out to be my most trusted aids." Gabor Balint.

On diplomats during the Holocaust: the case of the Romanian Constantin Karadja

During his career as a diplomat, Constantin Karadja showed great courage and tenacity, evidenced by numerous diplomatic documents. His decisive actions against the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust were not in line with the government he served. His youth, education and the international influences he experienced made him a pan- European with strong humanist and intellectual bias. Human rights took center stage, only then came political and other interests. His scientific activities reflect his versatility and wide orientation.

China in the Middle East: More Strategic Partnerships and Cooperation

China has become a strategic partner for many countries in the Middle East. China's role has expanded greatly with Chinese President Xi Jinping's announcement in 2013 of the Belt and Road Initiative, which is the cornerstone of the modern Chinese strategy.

Putin’s War on Europe: Where lies South Asia?

South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) held a webinar entitled “Putin’s War on Europe – Where Lies South Asia?”. 

New Uzbekistan is a socially-orientated state

The President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, was devoted to taking measures to further strengthen the social protection of vulnerable segments of the population.

On the prospects and growth points of the Republic of Karakalpakstan

On the prospects and growth points of the Republic of Karakalpakstan

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