Unlike many revolutions, the revolution in Czechoslovakia was inspirational and humane. It centred on a fight for democracy, tradition and culture.
Since 2004, in an attempt to broaden its appeal domestically and internationally, Hamas’ charged Islamist rhetoric and values have made way for more a secular, balanced discussion.
The religious nature of Hezbollah has provided it with a cultural heritage to draw upon and an ability to sustain itself, both of which surpass that of the Irish Republican Movement.
Positioned outside the modernist project, postcolonial critiques can highlight the limitations placed upon traditional theories of International Relations by their adherence to modernism.
Capitalism is susceptible to cycles of boom and bust. While the current crisis is not as severe as the Great Depression, forecasts do not suggest a clear or quick path to recovery.
The protection of human rights from terrorist threats and the counterterrorism efforts that follow need to be in accordance with human rights standards in order to maintain legitimacy.
The role of the Single Market in EU integration is hotly debated. It plays a vital role, yet numerous factors have grown prominent in the last decade and are now of equal importance.
While consensus is lacking on the US’ role in directly planning the coup, American military and monetary aid were instrumental in Sukarno’s downfall and the outbreak of civil war.