On April 30, Baghdad was shaken by significant political turbulence, which for a short moment captured the attention of the largest international media outlets. The supporters of the prominent Shia cleric and politician – Muqtada al-Sadr stormed the Iraqi parliament building, broke into its offices and prevented several MPs of escaping the chaos, by pulling barbed wire across a road, leading to one...

The (un)expected turning point occurred in the energy market when one of the world’s biggest crude oil exporters – Saudi Arabia declared that it will cut dependence on oil revenue by 2020. The new ambitious strategic concept intends to lay out a new economic trajectory amid the deep crisis in the oil market. The chief mastermind behind this ambitious plan is Minister of defence of the Kingdom...

  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,...

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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