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Cyber security does not concern states but rather human beings (and the 7 actions we should be taking in this regard)

By Arturo Di Corinto Cybercrimes, cyber threats, cyber war: citizens should be involved, for the sake of counteracting cyber risks while respecting human rights Following a prevailing tendency, a wide range of phenomenon fall under the umbrella of cyber security, e.g. cyber threats, cyber warfare, cybercrimes. However, cyber security keeps getting identified with national security. We […]

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Shinzo abe’s electoral victory and the perspectives for a rearmament of Japan

By Gabriele Natalizia and Francesca Ranieri, October 2017                                   Internationally speaking, Japanese Defense Policy is a sui generis case, in particular if we consider it in the light of Article 9 of the 1947 Constitution of Japan. This article reads […]

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Trafficking in human beings is developing as an alarming phenomenon of modern slavery.

National and international jurisprudences appear often too slow in the attempt to embrace the legal complexities of the offence and prosecute it efficiently. The crime of trafficking is frequently disguised under the appearance of illegal immigration, incitement to prostitution, exploitantion of child labour,  enslavement of seasonal workers and removal of organs. Challenges in definining what […]

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The conflict in Kashmir – Interview with Dr Adfer Shah, New Delhi-based Sociologist; Senior Researcher at India’s Central University “Jamia Millia Islamia”; Associate Editor at US-based Eurasia Review

By Sara Bonotti Link Campus University                                 We get an insight into the dynamics of the conflict in Kashmir with Dr Adfer Shah, departing from his lately-published book. Dr Shah emphasizes the crisis of leadership and the lack of civil society’s […]

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Drowning in an ocean of signs and symbols, covert persuasion and fake news are the new normal

By Arturo Di Corinto                                   We live in unfortunate times. At the height of our current technological evolution, everyone can easily communicate with everyone else and the best of all possible worlds is taking shape. We are (supposedly) witnessing a […]

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Do the Balkans represent a source of new migration flows and policy gaps amongst EU countries?

By Sara Bonotti, September 2017                                 Centre “War & Peace Studies” at Link Campus University in Rome; Former OSCE Officer in the Balkans, Ukraine and Central Asia The migration route reaching the heart of Europe from war-torn areas of the Middle […]

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Like the waves of the sea. Movements and organisation: a difficult relationship

By Maurizio Zandri, September 2017                                 Professor of International Studies at Link Campus University in Rome / I-Bridge International Research Center/ SudgestAid Movements often show a great “spontaneity”, forms of self-organization, decision-making procedures influenced by the experience of direct democracy. Therefore, […]

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Understanding the “metamorphosis” of the world

By Marco Emanuele, September 2017 Professor of Democracy and Totalitarianism at Link Campus University in Rome. Editor of the global geopolitical information Blog “The Global Eye”( http://globaleye.online) My critical research moves from Ulrich Beck’s intuition of a “metamorphosis” of the world. Pope Francis likewise speaks of “change of era”. We are experiencing a historic moment […]

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New war, new peace

By Marco Emanuele, September 2017 Professor of Democracy and Totalitarianism at Link Campus University in Rome Editor of the global geopolitical information Blog “The Global Eye” http://globaleye.online In the context of the “metamorphosis of the world”, something deeper than the simplistic “change”, it is important to reflect on what the words “war” and “peace” mean in […]

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