Written by Vittoria Cateni Cambodia, a land in Southeast Asia, has a particularly troubled history, ranging from the breakdown of the Angkor empire to French colonialism, and finally the Khmer Rouge’s brutal regime. As the country strives to move past beyond its past, the legacies of those events continue to hinder its opportunity for development.  One of theContinue Reading

Written by Joanna Sowińska  Following the Central African Republic (CAR) inability to conduct an investigation on war crimes and crimes against humanity, the trials at International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague are still ongoing. Vague statements on defence plans from the Defence Council however bring instability to the resolutionContinue Reading

Written by Uilson Jones Does the average, hard-working and honest citizen bear the ultimate responsibility for the actions of their national government? Or could the citizen be seen as an inalienable part of the state who plays the role of a lackey? Should ordinary citizens feel the urge to compensateContinue Reading

Written by Luiza Jacovaz In 1904, the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was founded by Belgium, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. The goal was to promote friendly relations among National Associations, Confederations, their officials, and players. The growing competition among soccer teams in Europe urged for aContinue Reading