Key lesson from the failure of the League of Nations that can be identified in the formation of the United Nations

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.   "More than ever before in human history, we share a common destiny. We can master it only if we face it together. And that, my friends, is why we have the United Nations."…

Case Study: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.    "Freedom of movement is key to displaced people being able to exercise other rights, such as access to work, food, healthcare and legal assistance." - The UNHCR -   United Nations High Commissioner for…

Freedom and Equality: Is the positive concept of liberty undermined by its seemingly “totalitarian” implications?

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.    "“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” - Benjamin Franklin-    This article will examine to what extent does “totalitarian” – as…

Classical Realism

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.   "The struggle for power is universal in time and space and is an undeniable fact of experience. It cannot be denied that throughout historic time, regardless of social, economic and political conditions, states…

Justice and Social Value: the Case of Goldman vs Weinberger (1986)

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright. "A rule isn't unfair if it applies to everyone."   This article will discuss the philosophical debate of whether it was correct to grant an exemption in the case of Goldman vs Weinberger (1986).…

Two of the Most Famous English Political Philosophers and their Theory of Human Nature

"What worries you, masters you." - John Locke -   Both Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were - and are still - famous for their theory in human nature as well as their political beliefs. Hobbes has expanded the theory of classical realism while Locke is the father of liberalism. Classical realism or realism in…

5 Non-Governmental Organisation you Should Know

"One day, I would like to turn on the news and hear, there's peace on earth." Non-Governmental Organisation was first written in the Article 71 of the UN Charter in 1945 – "It’s an organization that is independent and not built neither or based on the government". Although to some extent – some might get…