Location: New York City Date: September 19th - 23rd, 2017   Symposium Overview In an age of growing international instability, many questions are being posed about the responsibility and the role of the United Nations in today’s interdependent world. At a time when new forms of violence are currently on the rise, we must remember and learn from the global cooperation and the...

Today, the Syrian events with their casualties instigate a thorny debate over the necessity of humanitarian military intervention by the global community as well as the problems brought about by the similar moves in the past. While some academicians support the concept of humanitarian intervention mostly on moral and ethical grounds, others view this notion problematic in many aspects. Throughout the...

The Western Sahara conflict which broke out in the 1970s has been lasting to date. At present, large parts of Western Sahara are controlled by the Moroccan Government, whereas some 20% of the Western Sahara territory remains controlled by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), the Polisario state with limited international recognition. The legal status of Western Sahara and the large numbers of...

In recent years contemporary international relations have been marked by a relatively new political phenomenon – the "language of sanctions”, which manifests itself in international isolation and economic pressure on different states. It seems too simple to explain the increased interest of the world community. Today, in the era of globalization, when there is a gradual transformation of...

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