Border Wars: The Democratic Dilemma

July 28, 2017 0

Border Wars: The Democratic Dilemma Dr. Alan Ned Sabrosky The democracies of Europe and America and a few other random places have a compelling mantra. It is that democracy is good for the people, and […]


Secret EU law-making takes over Brussels

January 24, 2017 0

Secret EU law making takes over Brussels NIKOLAJ NIELSEN Secret EU law making reached a high in 2016 that has only been matched once before, according to figures obtained by EUobserver. The normal process starts […]


From the USSR to the EU

January 12, 2017 0

From the USSR to the EU GEFIRA.ORG When the so called communist system had crumbled in Eastern European countries, their respective societies embraced Western-style democracy and economy, which, taking into consideration the development gap between […]


The Grim Realities of Globalization in the New Millennium

September 29, 2016 0

Graham Vanbergen In 2001, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated that “Globalization offered extensive opportunities for truly worldwide development” and concluded its report with “As globalization has progressed, living conditions (particularly when measured by broader […]

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