Marijn Pronk

Marijn Pronk

Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Twenty Years of Attempted United Nations Peacekeeping
‘The year 2019 sees the UN’s peacekeeping efforts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) cross the threshold of 20
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The Strategic-Tactical Dichotomy of Drone Warfare
“Drones have arguably revolutionised modern warfare, especially their use in targeted killings. However, over-reliance on this tactic due to its
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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: A Paradigm Shift in International Development
“With the 2030 Agenda the UN served its purpose as an international multilateral diplomatic forum, building consensus that resulted in
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The Application of Artificial Intelligence for Peacekeeping
“The increasing amount of available data, mainly due to the proliferation of access to the internet in countries where peacekeeping
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Energy (In)Security in Central Asia
“Central Asia, a region with significant strategic importance due to its geographic location and energy resources, is severely affected by
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Latin America, the world’s deadliest region for environmental activism
“In commemoration of the World Environment Day, 5th of June 2019” By Andrea Marzeth Padilla, Louise Vingert & Mariana Garrido
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China’s Expansion into the South China Sea
“Territorial and jurisdictional rights in the South China Sea are a source of tension and potential conflict between China and
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The struggle for ethnic identities in Morocco and Algeria: A colonial legacy of inequalities
“The sentences of Hirak protestors were recently confirmed in appeal by the Casablanca court, reaching up to 20 years of
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What Does Iran’s Threatened Withdrawal from the 2015 Nuclear Agreement Mean for U.S.-Iranian Tensions?
“Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced that Iran will begin to reduce its compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
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The Dormant Stage of the Chechen Insurgency and The Challenges It Poses to the Pro-Russian Chechen Regime
“Following the end of the Russian military operations in 2008, Chechnya has experienced a period of economic recession and consistent
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