Consumerism is all about Pride. Fighting consumerism in Christmas, ironically, can also be all about pride.
By Contributor on December 24, 2017
Article 50 of the TEU must be applied complementarily with other treaties, otherwise, conflicts arise between international law and the limited provisions in Article 50.
By Contributor on December 21, 2017
We seek to enlighten our readers about the ways in which the everyday inform how states and non-state actors negotiate geopolitics and its attendant forces.
2 Simple Ways to Explain Where Bitcoins Value Comes From I get a lot of questions about where the value of Bitcoin is derived. I love this question. Mostly because people tend to ask this question …
By Contributor on December 19, 2017
The opportunity to interact with academics and theoreticians on E-IR is integral to preventing discussions on military thought and practices turning into an echo chamber.
By Contributor on December 18, 2017
The fast publishing of the blogosphere is a wonderful venue for self-expression when you have something to say, so – make use of it!
By Contributor on December 17, 2017
The transition between university and professional life can be jarring. Ideals help students sail in the right direction in a turbulent professional world.
By Contributor on December 11, 2017
Rather than seeing the recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel, lobbyists for Palestinians should ask recognition of East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine.
By Contributor on December 8, 2017
The mass protests by Muslims in Moscow in September 2017 have demonstrated the increasing complexity of the relationship between Moscow and the Chechen leadership.
By Contributor on November 29, 2017
The UK’s departure from the EU might arguably leave not only the UK but also the EU more inward-looking and less engaged in world affairs.
By Contributor on November 23, 2017
Rather than forcing RT to register as a foreign agent, efforts should be spent on making RT clarify any opaque business and editorial structures.
By Contributor on November 21, 2017
Course intention and design must balance cognitive learning with affective learning, while also incorporating psychomotor learning through engaging class activities.
By Contributor on November 19, 2017
What makes a good test? Outline of this article Pt 1: Why do we write tests?* To prove our code works* To protect our code from breaking when we work on it* To document behavior* To …
The aim must be to transform practice through better representing women’s agency, rather than reinforcing regressive gendered logics.
By Contributor on November 17, 2017
The solutions to extremism and terrorism lie in a rejection of the status quo. It is the power of the elites and political shortsightedness which make progress difficult.
By Contributor on November 15, 2017
10 questions to help you focus on the details that matter Have you ever thought … “I’m a UX Designer. So why can’t I design my own UX Portfolio?” Here’s the problem. You are your own worst …
By Contributor on November 14, 2017
What I want to draw attention to here are the not-refugees, especially those we classify as ‘economic’ migrants but who are fleeing places in search of basic survival.
By Contributor on November 8, 2017
With some fine-tuning, the mixed-method model has the potential to be an effective and economical teaching approach.
By Contributor on November 7, 2017