discusses the impact of China’s policy on the UN

By George N. Tzogopoulos China’s opening-up to the world has been a significant national strategy in recent years. Aspects and the results of this strategy become apparent every time a Chinese leader participates in international organisations or pays an official visit to foreign countries. Primer Minister Li Keqiang’s attendance at the 71st UN General Assembly, …

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BILD refers to during M100 Sanssouci Colloquium

The future of Europe was a significant issue discussed durring the M100 Sanssouci Colloquium, which took place in Potsdam on 15 September 2016. Participants did, inter alia, exchange views on Brexit. Bild, the German newspaper enjoying the highest circulation in the country, referred to the argument made by founder of, George Tzogopoulos, that ‘Brexit …

Read more analyses the IR framework 15 years after 9/11

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once observed that the main difference between politicians and intellectuals is that the former need to immediately act and often have no possibility to correct their mistakes,while the latter have plenty of time to think over and restructure their ideas according to developments; equally, politicians are judged by their actions rather than their words […]

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Global Times deals with relations between the UK and China

By George N. Tzogopoulos The current summer finds the UK in the most awkward phase of its modern history. The Brexit vote in the referendum of June 23 has caused dramatic political changes culminated with the replacement of former prime minister David Cameron by Theresa May. The mission of May is particularly difficult as she …

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G20: Hangzhou wins world’s attention

Hangzhou receives world attention these days. The G20 Summit will see the leaders of the stronger economies of the world gathering for the eleventh time in order to discuss priorities and respond to global problems. The agenda is promising […]

Read more discusses the day after the failed coup in Turkey

The failed coup d’├ętat in Turkey signals the first time in the modern history of the country that an attempt by the military to topple the political regime in power has not succeeded. In 1960, 1971, 1980 and 1997, the result was different, showing that the army could intervene in politics when it wanted and change the country’s direction. The short duration […]

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