Unregulated Information Highway is Non-traditional Security Threat
The UN debates the dangers of the internet, forcing cyberspace onto the international community’s arms control agenda. read more
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Bulgaria to Teach Tunisia How to “Do Democracy”
When Mohammed Bouazizi set himself on fire in the Tunisian city of Sidi Bouzid in December 2010, nobody expected what was going to happen afterwards. Several observers and experts attempted to draw a parallel between events in Tunisia and the dramatic changes that took place in eastern European countries after […]
Unconcerned by 9/11? Think again!
My skin is milk-white. I am from Eastern Europe. I am a successful student in Paris, France. I have nothing from a North-African girl with her lively French punctuated by Arabic words and her curly hair, often shyly sleeping under a veil. I am everything but concerned by what happened on September 11.
A Decade On from 9/11: A Slovakian Perspective
I remember that day when I came home earlier and saw the burning twin towers on TV. My thoughts at the moment were – someone crazy had his ‘dream’ come true but he’s taking many innocent people with him. I waited for the news updates hoping they would bring a […]
How 9/11 Shaped the Outlook of an International Relations Theorist from Hungary
Like in a game where you have to remember where you were and what you were doing at the time of a given event, I still remember how I first heard about what happened in the US ten years ago. Due to the time difference, the tragic news reached Hungary […]