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Anis Bajrektarevic

IPCC Report: Demise of the ‘Here-Us-Now’ Civilization

Sunset, cc Flickr Giuliano Maiolini, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

A new world of consensus and collaboration is not a better place. It is the only way for the human race to survive.

The Wonderful World of Binary Categorizations

LeninStatue, cc Flickr OpenDemocracy, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

Winning has never felt this bad.

Of Europe, Syria and Anthropogeographic Inversion

EuropeMap_1721, cc Wikicommons

How can we observe and interpret (the distance between) success and failure from a historical perspective? This question remains a difficult one to answer.

Beyond Paris, Fascism is the Real Enemy for EU

A massive protest in France following the Charlie Hebdo massacre; one of many across the continent as citizens of the European Union fight to define their future.

The Charie Hebdo massacre in Paris shows that the European Union must resume its historical mission against the forces of fascism.

Europe: The New Byzantium or Declining Rome?

CasterPolluxEUFlag cc Flickr Bob

It is time for Brussels to live up to its very idea, and to show the same. Biology and geopolitics share one basic rule: comply or die.

Is Today’s Europe Tomorrow’s Asia?

European Union Symbol

How to draw the line between the recent and still unsettled EU crisis and Asia’s success story? Well, it might be easier than it seems: Neither Europe nor Asia has any alternative.

EDITORIAL: As the MENA Saga Turns

Grafitti of Turkey president Tacip Erdogan, whose policy is turning the MENA region upside-down.

Anis H. Bajrektarevic scours the past, present, and future of the MENA region, all the while asking one simple question: where is the counter-narrative?

Europe and the Arab Spring that Never Sprung

Map and flag of European Union

Examining the link between European identity and the Arab Spring.

Asia needs ASEAN-ization, not Pakistanization

Star symbol

China is at a turning point, one that will influence the future of Asian defense policy for decades to come.

Europe Must Reaffirm the Lisbon Strategy

Italy, France, Germany and Spain Summit In Rome

Europe’s redemption lies in the re-affirmation of the Lisbon Strategy of 2000, a ten-year development plan that focused on innovation, education, and social and environmental renewal.

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