Volume 2 Issue 3 Part 1

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Volume 2
APRIL 2017
Issue 3

Yehezkel Dror

Saving Humanity from Itself

Western Europe is condemned for relying on talk and cheap soft power, instead of acting effectively. It deliberately leaves itself unable to act against evil and does not even seriously try to prevent atrocities, as in the case of Syria. At a later stage, diagnosis is enlarged and the article identifies a surge in tribalism and populism in Europe and America alike. Given this situation together with the leap in human power...

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Lead Articles

Yehezkel Dror

Saving Humanity from Itself

Western Europe is condemned for relying on talk and cheap soft power, instead of acting effectively. It deliberately leaves itself unable to act against evil and does not even seriously try to prevent atrocities, as in the case of Syria...

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Roseann O’Reilly Runte

The Deep Blue Sea: Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Education and the World

The problems which beset higher education today reflect change and uncertainty, inequities, demographic imbalances, generational, economic and ideological conflicts ...

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Charles Smith

In Search of Islands of Sanity: “To the Barricades”

The need for paradigm shifts in business, politics, and economics is discussed in many places in the world with little apparent impact on what actually happens. The article ...

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Christian Guillermet-Fernández and David Fernández Puyana

The General Assembly adopts the Declaration on the Right to Peace: An opportunity to strengthen the linkage between Peace, Human Rights and Development in the New Millennium

War and peace perpetually alternate. Peace is always seen as an endless project, even a dream, to be realised in brotherhood by everyone all over the earth. Present ...

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Emil Constantinescu

Building up European Solidarity, a view from the East

The cultural dimension or, multicultural models to be more precise, will represent the real foundation capable of ensuring Europe’s leadership in facing future challenges ...

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Agni Vlavianos-Arvanitis

Biopolicy—Creating Positive Momentum to Save Bios

Biopolicy is the core philosophy of the Biopolitics International Organisation (B.I.O.), and provides tools and guidelines for the promotion of dynamic relations between the environment, society and policy. Since 1985 ...

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Ione do Santos Velame and Joanílio Rodolpho Teixeira

Green Economy and Sustainable Development: The Latin American Scenario

This paper assesses the performance of Latin America (LA) toward its goal of a green and sustainable ...

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