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In cyberspace, nothing is as it seems

The link between geopolitics and cyberspace is unavoidable as are its shady implications. Cybersecurity isfundamental for international institutions.

Kurdish politicians: might and mistakes

Divided by outside forces and internal strife, an age-old political and tribal fragmentation  makes them an easy touch for the major powers, which use them as a buffer.

The gate to the Mediterranean

The Quandil mountains mark the border between Asia and the Middle East. This strategic boundary that has always been in Kurdish territory is unlikely to see peace.

The good and the bad

The Kurds in the north (Turkey), in the west (syria) and in the east (iran) are opposed by the regional powers, which instead flirt with the Kurds in the south (iraq).

Art – An artist behind bars

Zehra Dogan is guilty of using her paintbrushes as weapons against oppressors.

Books – Travelling through Kurdistan

An overview of the largest ‘nation’ in the world still without its own independent state.

Turkey: from arms to politics

The HDP, founded by the Kurd Selahattin Demirtas in 2012, has managed to evolve politically and is now appreciated even by the young secular population.

An ancient yet modern people

Constantly ignored in the divisions of land and power, the Kurds are still prominent in the political gambits in the Middle East, alongside the West.

POINT OF VIEW – NATO: Full speed ahead or astern

Without an identity and lacking a true mission, NATO risks becoming inconsequential on the international stage. Only a serious upgrade can save it.


A Global Space for A Global Challenge: A Tale of Two Worlds

Taiwan 2024 Presidential Elections

The Climate Change Refugees of the Pacific

Slovakia: 2023 Prime Minister’s Elections

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