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Mental Illness Dangerous Scapegoat for (Islamic) Terrorism

(Islamic) terrorist attacks across Europe prompt questions about the relationship between terrorism and mental illness.

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Turkey’s Dark Future After Failed Coup

In the aftermath of Turkey’s failed coup attempt, society is divided and the country’s future uncertain.

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Violence, Trauma, and Victimization in Europe’s Migrant Crisis

Levels of violence increase as migrants continue to pout into Europe? Are authorities largely ignoring the safety and well-being of ordinary Europeans?

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Why Canadian Politics is All Wrapped-Up in the Niqab

Canada’s Federal Court ruling appears to conflict sharply with the idea of Canadian multiculturalism and raises questions about the idea of integration.

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The EU’s Internal/External Border Control War

While Europe has yet to formulate a collective approach to the migrant crisis, the situation shows that internal factors feed the growing problem.

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Sovereignty and Democracy: Lessons from Greece to Europe

Over the past several months, the politics in Greece have compelled many to reconsider the concepts of sovereignty and democracy in Europe.

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The Great Wall of Hungary

As Hungary’s government moves forward in constructing its anti-migration security fence, the project attracts criticism in the face of a growing migration crisis.

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Greece’s Not-So-Uncertain Future

Negotiations between the European Commission and the Tsipras government has put ordinary Greek citizens in an dangerous position but the future of Greece is not-so-uncertain.

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Pakistan’s Intimate Relationship with Terrorism

Pakistan, often referred to as a “terror state,” has an intimate relationship with terrorism, playing victim, bystander, and perpetrator in the War on Terror.

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The EU’s Autocratic Imbroglio

As the policies of Hungary’s PM Orbán Viktor push the country closer toward autocracy, the EU fails bring Hungary in line with its fundamental values.

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New Faces of the Same Old Jewish Hatred

Decades after reaching its most violent extremes, anti-Israelism has become the new face of anti-Semitism.

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