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Modern Diplomacy
Modern Diplomacy
The Modern Diplomacy is a leading European opinion maker - not a pure news-switchboard. Today’s world does not need yet another avalanche of (disheartened and decontextualized) information, it needs shared experience and honestly told opinion. Determined to voice and empower, to argue but not to impose, the MD does not rigidly guard its narrative. Contrary to the majority of media-houses and news platforms, the MD is open to everyone coming with the firm and fair, constructive and foresighted argumentation.


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US President Barack Obama delivers farewell address january 10, 2017. Credit: Screenshot from White House video.

Obama’s Legacy And A Confused Future – OpEd

16 Jan 2017 in 1 , Opinion

By Dr. Arshad M. Khan* President Obama’s farewell address focusing on the state of our democracy offered a lofty perspective coupled with a homily on the responsibility of citizenship. Thrown in were elements of legacy…


CIA seal in the lobby of the original headquarters building. Source: CIA, Wikipedia Commons.

The US Intelligence And President Donald Trump – Analysis

15 Jan 2017 in 1 , Analysis

By Giancarlo Elia Valori* Everyone should or could carry out influence actions and operations or, if the situation is favourable, each country could even interfere with or intrude into the political process of an opponent…


Defense Secretary Ash Carter attends a North Atlantic Council meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Oct. 26, 2016. DoD photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brigitte N. Brantley

Should NATO And Europe Seek To Contain Or Cooperate With Russia? – Analysis

11 Jan 2017 in 1 , Analysis

By Nargiz Hajiyeva* Over the history, Russian-West relations have been distinguished with various kinds of factors. From the standpoint of the western policymakers, Russia has never been the West and will never be West in…


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India: Black Money Eradication Under PM Modi’s Administration – Analysis

02 Jan 2017 in 1 , Analysis , Business

By Antony Clement* Modi, Modi, Modi…. (this) was the slogan gracing the ears of participants across the country during India’s 2014 general election campaign. From cab drivers to highly paid officials, endorsement for Modi as…


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Is Ideology In Modern Journalism A Substitute For Religion? – Analysis

29 Dec 2016 in 1 , Religion , Social Issues

By Emanuel L. Paparella, Ph.D. Despite the bridge that Aquinas built between reason and faith, modern journalists who believe that religion is a non-rational retrograde activity to be avoided at any cost, are legions. The…


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