The balance to be struck is between the citizen’s right to reliable neutral information and faith in public authorities who may have legitimate national security reasons for withholding information, but who might also misinform or attempt to spin their policies and performances for personal or partisan gain. Numerous studies suggest the US media have been too uncritical in their coverage of the Bush Administration’s policies implemented in response to the events of…Continue
Added by Ratnesh Dwivedi on January 31, 2019 at 9:09pm — No Comments
“Terrorism” is a term that cannot be given a stable definition. Or rather, it can, but to do so forestalls any attempt to examine the major feature of its relation to television in the contemporary world. As the central public arena for organizing ways of picturing and talking about social and political life, TV plays a pivotal role in the contest between competing definitions, accounts and explanations of terrorism.
In proposed research which is divided is divided in…Continue
Added by Ratnesh Dwivedi on January 31, 2019 at 9:02pm — No Comments
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces its February 2019 current affairs programs in New York City.
To attend in person, please RSVP. Go to the online calendar: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/calendar.
Press passes and student tickets are available. Please contact…Continue
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I am thrilled and honored to join such a vibrant global community! By way of introduction, I'm currently a student in Fordham University's Peace & Justice program, which focuses on sustainable development around the world, as well as more theoretical studies in conflict resolution and justice. I wrote an article for one of our campus papers last semester on some of the program's past…Continue
Added by Robin Happel on January 31, 2019 at 1:04am — No Comments
Last week, increasing events have again put Venezuela in the international spotlight. A crosscutting thematic on democracy, human rights, and sovereignty are part of this complex scenario. A challenging puzzle that includes diverse key actors in the region, economic sanctions, and a growing social stigma towards the Venezuelan migrants.
The turbulence and uncertainty in Venezuelan politics and, an historical economic crisis represented by an unprecedented hyperinflation in 2018, have…Continue
Added by Daniela Segovia Hernández on January 28, 2019 at 8:30pm — No Comments
"It is more difficult to organize peace than to win a war; but the fruits of victory will be lost if the peace is not well organized." Aristotle
Especially, Need to "Win the hearts and minds of the people." Cyberpeacefare of the people; a popular world-wide-bottom-up Individual citizen awakening of the power of their thoughts and digital devices. Once citizens of the world realize their personal cyber power,…Continue
Added by Al LeBlanc on January 26, 2019 at 2:55pm — No Comments
Author: Olivera Z. Mijuskovic, PhM, M.Sc.
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Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is pleased to announce its fifth annual student research conference. It will be held in Carnegie Council's New York City headquarters on Friday, May 3, 2019 from 12:00 to 3:00 pm.
Lunch will be served during a networking session, followed by presentations of original research by students from universities across the New York City metro area. Audience members will…Continue
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The Kumbh Mela (the festival of the sacred pitcher) is anchored in Hindu mythology. It is the largest public gathering and collective act of faith, anywhere in the world. The Mela draws tens of millions of pilgrims over the course of approximately 48 days to bathe at the sacred confluence of the Ganga, the Yamuna, and the mystical Sarasvati. Primarily, this congregation includes Ascetics, Saints, Sadhus, Sadhvis, Kalpvasis, and Pilgrims from all walks of life.
Kumbh Mela, in Hinduism,…
Added by Ratnesh Dwivedi on January 4, 2019 at 5:21am — No Comments
I never had the chance to live in a non-democratic society. Back in the 2010's election, my eight year old self would be found singing along to the rhythm of candidatorial advertisement jingles. If somebody would ask me about my government preference way back, I would have questioned why our country has a Democratic type of government. Why not a monarchial one? With princesses, big gowns, and horses. I was very…
Added by Beatrice Valen Peñaflor on January 3, 2019 at 7:20am — No Comments
Four a.m. Seated in front of the computer. I am just from bed, where I had been tossing and turning for hours, looking for sleep that was seriously evading me like the plague. This is not the first time. I should honestly sit it down and have a mature conversation. We can’t go into the new year with this dispute still ongoing. Anyway, maybe I should thank sleep for playing so hard to get because now, here I am, writing. Here I am sharing what’s on my mind with you, hoping that you…Continue
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George Washington University
Democracy is a system of governance where a respected rule of law exists which explicitly defines the role of not only the citizens in which it governs, but the role of civil servants such the president, senators, etc. Democracy encourages individuals' rights and citizen engagement (i.e., voting, opinions). A democracy has a functioning bureaucracy and views no one as above the…Continue
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Ashley Mdichimma Igbokwe
Cane Ridge High School Nashville, Tennessee
Democracy comes from a Greek word (Democritus meaning “chosen of the people”). I would define democracy as a system of government whereby the people are given the power to rule their government by choosing who and what is best for it. This…Continue
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The Early College at Guilford
Democracy: An End to Gender Discrimination
Glued to the television screen, I waited in anticipation for the 2016 U.S. presidential election results between Republican Party representative Donald Trump and Democratic Party representative Hillary Clinton. Deep down, I had the slightest hope that we would have our first female president. Clinton’s nomination as…Continue
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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN DEMOCRACY
NAME – KUSHAGRA SINGH
COLLEGE- HARCOURT BUTLER TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
A monumental, explicit and assertive judgement of Supreme Court, the highest seat of judicial authority of India, declared the right to privacy as a fundamental right which bestowed the citizens of India with empowerment; there is spring on our steps and sense of pride which has encouraged me to propose that it is not…Continue
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North Kazakhstan State University
Is it important to live in a democracy?
Such a rhetorical question brings to my mind the material of the school curriculum about democracy and other forms of power. Many articles and scientific works are written about it, but in practice, in the…Continue
Added by Azamat Aubakirov on January 2, 2019 at 2:40pm — No Comments
Graduate Student, University of Cambridge
Democracy is premised on the normative notion that all people are equal in terms of their political rights. This in turn stipulates that citizenship in a democracy confers on each person a set of enumerated rights and obligations that ultimately also shape a larger community of people imbued with shared values. It is this aspect of democracy that makes it the…Continue
Added by Chelsea Michta on January 2, 2019 at 2:33pm — No Comments
There are two forms of government that is Monarch and Democratic.
The difference between the two is that
1- In monarch you work under someone.
In democracy someone works according to your wish.
2- Leaders became generation wise.
Leaders are made according to the will of the citiens.
3- It is nearly impossible to remove the leaders.
Citizen don't vote to the bad leader and he or she can't win any election anymore.
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