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US Elections: The end of the American democracy as we knew it

Even though it was considered a global model, at least since Tocqueville and his book Democracy in America (1835), the US democracy is currently on the verge of a major turning point. This shift seems to be the result of the total lack of updating in American politics, the self-proclaimed paragon of global democracy… (Read more in the GEAB 104)

Russia-China: Future changes in Siberia
Since the late 1990s, China’s world expansion has been accelerating, and also extending beyond the geographical borders of Siberia and of the so called Russian Far East. If the western world perceives this Chinese progress in the light of its own standards as a process of “colonization”, how would Russia and Russians react…(Read more in the GEAB 104)

African migration flows: an example of the challenges of the multi-polar world
The falling rates of growth in most of the BRICS countries are a reflection of the continuing global economic and financial crisis, which is heightened by the lowering prices of fossil fuels and agricultural and mineral commodities, and reduced rates of investments, as well as geopolitical causes, like conflicts in the Middle East, and global threats, like poverty, terrorism, climate change and crime…(Read more in the GEAB 104)

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