This paper examines the role of women in conflict management, using Sierra Leone as a case study.
The aim of this research was to examine the communication trends in diplomacy with a focus on Uganda. The central question examined the role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in diplomacy and the extent to which States have adopted its use.
One of the most important developments the Middle East has witnessed in the 20th centaury was the success of the Iranian revolution of Islamist ideology, with ambitions to control.
Unisa Kamara's dissertation seeks to give an account of the Sierra Leone conflict and the different measures and strategies including diplomatic attempts and efforts that were employed by various parties in trying to secure a peaceful and durable solution to it.
The 2008 Beijing Olympics were ardently sought, lavishly staged and hugely successful, despite intense scrutiny, speculation and setbacks. Amplified by modern media, most controversies revolved around China’s political repression, epitomised by Tibet brutality.
Peru’s economy has improved significantly, however poverty is an imperative issue that is not progressing as expected. The aim of this study is to analyze the World Bank’s contribution to poverty reduction in Peru and determine what limited the results and outcomes of its projects.
Palestinian national identity evolved as Palestinians came under the rule of a colonial power with an agenda whose aim contradicted their very existence as a nation.
Rapid development of information and communication technologies (ICT) has lead to significant changes in social, economical and political relations of the modern society.
Adriana Lazinica examines quality of counter-narcotics strategies and interventions aimed at reduction and/or elimination of illicit opium poppy cultivation and production implemented by the key stakeholders (the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the United Kingdom, the United Nation
This paper examines the present Slovak PD with its positive and negative components and outlines the requirements for a modern and effective PD. It describes the challenge of establishing and occupying a legitimate and relevant place of PD in the Slovak foreign policy and activities.