Crypto’s fall: Easy money, or definite loss?
The modern means of money have been through centuries of evolution. Despite all the advantages that online banking brought to our lives,...
Constructivism is in Crisis – Or is it?
World conjecture has been changing for thousands of years. Within humankind's existence, it is going be follow the same circle in the...
Emancipatory Nationalism in Spain and the Ethnic Conflict in Catalonia: how the development of the former led to the Catalan secessionist movement
Photo: Huge protest in Barcelona on September 11, 2018, on the National Day of Catalonia, the Diada. LLUIS GENE/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES...
The Principles of Turkism
Despite traditional interest in Turkey (and Turkist ideology), Ziya Gökalp has been mostly neglected and not thoroughly studied by Western academic circles....
A book by one of the most eminent political theorists John Horton, “Political Obligation” seeks to define the political obligation theory with...
India’s motives in the military support of Bangladeshi secessionism
Signing of Pakistani Instrument of Surrender in Dhaka on December 16, 1971 On December 16, 1971, Pakistan finally decided to withdraw its...
A Failed Empire: The Soviet Union in the Cold War from Stalin to Gorbachev
Despite its violent first half that experienced two world wars, the second part of the twentieth century was remarkably spared from witnessing...