On 20 April 2011 the week ahead faces the one-year anniversary of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The aim of this posting is to investigate whether this disaster could have been organized by terrorists with the aim to politically and economically destabilize the United States, and may it have connection with the bombing by […]
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Topics on Agenda: Nuclear power plants: stress tests and safety standards. – Lampedusa crisis: how to cope with migrants from North Africa? – Spotlight on European Council conclusions. – Roma inclusion measures. – Syria, Bahrain and Yemen, call for radical rethink of relations with EU neighbours (Mário David, who drafted a report on the policy distinguishes between two […]
Katrin Niglas, Professor of Data Analysis at the Institute of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of Tallinn University gave a lecture: „Kombineeritud ning alternatiivsed uuringudisainid sotsiaalteaduslikus uurimistöös“ that could be translated as: „Combined and Alternative Research Designs in Social Sciences Research“ on 31 March 2011 in the framework of Studia Generalia. The lecture based on Katrin […]
From 24 to 25 March 2011 was held the spring European Council. Again – as it is already the last day of March today, I feel somehow obliged to make for at least myself some conclusions about that European Council. The European Council began with expression of condolences for the loss of life in Japan. Concerning […]
From 20 to 22 March 2011 the first Global Islamic Marketing Conference organized by the UAE University and academic Emerald Publishing is taking place. The aim of the conference is to explore the key areas in the field of Islamic marketing and Islamic business in general. For scholars, researchers and students, the GIMC offers a […]
I was reading an article written by Amr Yossef and Sergio Fabbrini in European Political Science discussing why Barack Obama needs European support in the ME. Such formulation of the question already presupposes that the United States needs European support, but why is European support needed in the ME? By unilaterally militarily invading Iraq, the […]
It has frequently been asked by (international) lawyers and experts in other areas whether the world faces a new form and its occurrences of supreme power. Reading / hearing the recent news about the earthquake in Japan, I couldn’t escape posing the premises that the world is ruled by Who can calculate; the seismic processes are […]
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