Interview | At War Without Enemies: Militia Networks and Civil War in Guinea-Bissau

Interview | At War Without Enemies: Militia Networks and Civil War in Guinea-Bissau

RIKO has interviewed professor Henrik Vigh of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Copenhagen. Vigh has closely researched a militia group in Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau, since the turn of the millennium. The group was first mobilised during the civil war of 1998-1999 and remobilised in the conflicts that followed.… læs mere!
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State Sovereignty and the Self-determination of the people

State Sovereignty and the Self-determination of the people

Sweden has recognised Palestine, the Scotsmen recently went to the polls, the Catalonians calls for secession from Spain, and an independent Kurdistan is becoming more of a reality. Recognition of autonomous areas and de facto independent states is often presented as morally right and something we should strive for.… læs mere!
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Is BRICS's New Development Bank one step closer towards a new world order?

Is BRICS’s New Development Bank one step closer towards a new world order?

2014 is the year where the International Monetary Fond and the World Bank turns 70 years. It is simultaneously the year where the BRICS countries have decided to establish a new development bank.  By Nina Holst In April this year the Danish newspaper Jyllandsposten published an article with the following headline: “The West is holding on to the power in the Monetary Fond”.… læs mere!
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