Monthly Archives: August 2018

Die Zeit: Germany “on the verge of surveillance State”

Die Zeit: Germany “on the verge of surveillance State”

The online edition of Die Zeit of August 20th, 2018, reveals how certain legislative measures, created for the fight against terrorism, are making their way into ordinary legislation, without adequately informing citizens and with the use of increasingly advanced technological tools. A situation which reminds of the integration of emergency measures in ordinary legislation in France, and very much in

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Report of the Radical Party’s mission to Cambodia

Report of the Radical Party’s mission to Cambodia

On July 29, legislative elections were held in Cambodia, a parliamentary constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia, ruled for 33 years by former Khmer Rouge Hun Sen with his Cambodian People’s Party (CPP). The polls delivered an largely predicted victory to the ruling party CPP and another five years of Prime ministership to Hun Sen. The predictability of the outcome was

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