BREXIT: Will the Liberal International order of Europe collapse?

BREXIT: Will the Liberal International Order of Europe Collapse?

Since the demise of the Cold War, liberal world order was expected to reign in the world order system. Liberal states had gained superiority over communism and most prevailing theory of back then, realism has got itself engaged in too much violence and security threat. As a result, it was expected that Liberalist principles will…Read More

Europe’s national security dilemmas: Who is crossing the line?

Europe’s national security dilemmas: Who is crossing the line?

Faced with the assertive power of Russia, Turkey, Iran, and China, Europe is witnessing a return to geopolitics where the struggle for self-determination becomes the stepping stone for political profit. Opportunist leaders are evoking geopolitical thinking in an attempt to shade the balance of power and reassert old territorial claims. Considering the geopolitical interests of…Read More

EU migration policy and Visegard 4 countries

EU migration policy and Visegard 4 countries

On the 11th of April 2017, Professor Michela Ceccorulli of the University of Bologna delivered an important speech on the issue of migration, European Union Asylum and migration policies and the Visegrad states reaction. The heavy burden of the refugee crisis carries two South East European countries Italy and Greece, which attract high flows of…Read More

The contemporary debate on political globalization and nation-state

The Contemporary Debate on Political Globalization and Nation-state

The perspective of Political Globalization When we talk about globalization, we can’t define it particularly because of its multidimensional aspect. Scholars defined it in various ways. Shortly, globalization can be defined as the intensification of social relations, exchange of cultures and compression of distance. Globalization can be defined by one’s own point of view. An…Read More


The Life of Refugees in Europe

Arif Hossain  Linnaeus University, Sweden. After the second world war, Europe has been experiencing one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history since the beginning of 2015. According to the European Union, more than a million migrants and refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and many other Asian and African countries crossed…Read More


Local and Global Impact of UK referendum result

Sharif Mustajib After a historical referendum, Britain is going to leave EU. Though it doesn’t have legally binding to maintain the referendum, political leaders won’t take risks against public opinion. Thus, it’s a political reality. The referendum has triggered the consequence. We have discussed on reason of leaving. Now, our thirst of query is what…Read More