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The Political is an independent blog of political analysis. We seek to collaborate with students, academics, institutions, and politicians in order to establish a forum for research and debate of contemporary political topics. To put it simply, we are passionate of public affairs and try to do things differently. Enjoy your visit!

Julien Nourian. Founder and President.

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In search of Europe’s cultural foundations: ‘the bible and the Greeks’?

‘Europe’ is a fascinating term. A word that everyone knows and that can be found in anyone’s’ mouths yet, one that never has the same significance depending on whoever is thinking it. Truly, from the Greek myth of Europa to the creation of the Treaty of Lisbon, Europe has coined many definitions: some may see …

The implications of United Nations Security Council Resolution 242: an analysis of each Operative Clause in relation to the Arab-Israeli conflict

This paper was submitted to Professor Arie M. Kacowicz of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for the subject ‘Negotiating Middle East Peace’. Please note that the paper only aims to address Resolution 242 and makes no reference to the ongoing events. However, the author believes that every nation has the right to self-determination, sovereignty, and …

The Great Civilisational Divergence – What can the history of civilisations teach us about the rise of modern China?

The following article was written by Aleksa Andrejevic. Aleksa studies History and International Relations at the University of Liverpool Hope and is a guest writter for The Political. ‘I am Emperor, my descendants will be numerous. From the second generation to the ten thousand, my line will not end.’ These are the very words of …


  • In search of Europe’s cultural foundations: ‘the bible and the Greeks’?
  • The implications of United Nations Security Council Resolution 242: an analysis of each Operative Clause in relation to the Arab-Israeli conflict
  • The Great Civilisational Divergence – What can the history of civilisations teach us about the rise of modern China?
  • The European Commission: ‘Europe’s government’?

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