The rule of law area is of great interest to us in this article, in particular reference to Burundi.
With the elections now over, the Serbian government was once again free to turn it’s focus on…
It seems that Serbia has, since the appearance of the first cases four months ago, come full circle.
Peace has always been the number one priority of world nations. Every citizen of the world (can be exceptional) is thirsty for peace and sick of violent conflict.
As stated in the other articles, the main axis of conflict between the parties and the electorates used to be of economic nature.
Even with a wild imagination it is hard to imagine a coalition or even a civil cooperation between PO and PiS. The two parties are like two hostile tribes fighting for the electorate. It is a miracle that the aggression and polarisation in the Polish public debate hasn’t led to a battery in the parliament yet.
Albert Camus famously said: “In a universe that is suddenly deprived of illusions and of light, man feels a stranger”. But how is the individual supposed to feel when faced with a multitude of illusions, deceptions and convictions.
Poland is a gorgeous country possessing a rich culture with a very difficult, yet beautiful history and a lot of open and warm people.
It took us 75 years to rebuild freedom in some parts of Europe after the totalitarian horrors of World War Two, and less than three weeks to bring it to its knees again.
Four reading recommendations for freedom lovers