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…
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.
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.
After almost two months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, several countries are thinking of an exit strategy.
There is a paradoxical tendency in the liberty movement that I believe is important to address: the dismissal of another person’s views as outright nonsense, often accompanied by a self-indulgent grin.
Governments around the world are taking several measures to tackle the pandemic and ensure the safety of their citizens. But what is the impact of these controversial measures on our individual freedom?