Is the U.S. done as a mediator in the Israel-Palestinian conflict?
Month: January 2020
Court proceedings don’t necessarily help bring about peace; sometimes they do quite the opposite.
‘Big data’ analytics – the collection and analysis of large amounts of data – is having a transformative impact on scientific research across disciplines. Although there is no single and consistent definition, there are three commonly agreed upon indicators of big data, the three ‘V’s: volume, velocity and variety. Volume refers to the massive amounts… Read more »
Inequality fosters violent conflict, which again causes inequality, triggering a vicious cycle.
The year 2019 ended with a new wave of non-violent protests. In every corner of the world there have been huge movements gathering. This marks the end of a decade that opened with the Arab Spring; a decade that might go down in history as the decade of mass protests.