The Politicon presents to your attention an interview, with Moritz Poesch (Germany), an MSc graduate from the Comparative Politics programme at the London School of Economics. Mr. Poesch has recently spent several months as an intern at one of the refugee camps in Germany and it is this experience that we wanted to ask him about.   Interviewer: Murad Muradov     Muradov: Mr. Poesch,...

  Preface The structure of this article talks about religious fundamentalism with Islam and Christianity cases. Before all we will need to know the definition of fundamentalism by itself which is a style of thought in which certain principles are recognized as essential ‘truths’ that have unchangeable and overriding authority, regardless of their content. Substantive fundamentalism...

The current rivalry over disputed region Nagorno-Karabakh broke out on the eve of the collapse the Soviet Union. The conflict lasted several years, cost lives of more than 30,000 people from both sides while the territory was illegally occupied by Armenian forces who declared independence for the region. Although a ceasefire agreement was reached between the belligerent partiesin 1994, the conflict, not...

Ever since the Przino Agreement of July 2015, Macedonia’s upcoming parliamentary elections have been framed by the country’s two main political parties as the most important since independence in 1991. The incumbent Democratic Party of Macedonian National Unity (DPMNE) is convinced that voters will see through the destructive strategy of the opposition party Macedonian Social Democratic Union...

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