Month: March 2014

March 2014: Ukraine and Russia (Amol)

Note: I was inspired but an amazing photojournalism article on the Ukrainian crisis here. Crisis is a situation in which the prevailing is threatened, while thriving implies to something that has grown or nourished. The situation in Ukraine and Russia reminds

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March 2014: Boundaries (Ajak)

Note: I was inspired but an amazing photojournalism article on the Ukrainian crisis here. Boundaries can be hard to define, but the easiest way to think about a boundary is a property line. We have all encountered trespassing signs as propagation

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March 2014: Smaller States Should Watch Out For Imperialists (Kou)

The crisis in Ukraine where one of its territories was overran earlier this year by Russia or Pro-Russian forces is the latest indication that the characters preceding the devastating World Wars aren’t yet erased. Few years ago, many small states

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March 2014: Thoughts on the Crimea Crisis (Anyar)

Each and every citizen of a particular state has a right of protection . This concept has not been either seen or felt in the Russian/Ukrainian case where by the powerful nation has taken what belongs to the weaker nation

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