Transnistria
Transnistria

 The beginning of the ’90s were turbulent times for Eastern Bloc countries. Former USSR Republics declared independence and the Socialist Satellite States switched to democracy and adopted Fr…

Dreyfus Affair I
Dreyfus Affair I

Dreyfus Affair is a noteworthy incident, happened in 19th century France, a century where the fundamentals of Societies changed and the modern state was born. Started as an espionage Case, events …

BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNIFICATION OF GERMANY
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNIFICATION OF GERMANY

“Politics is the art of the possible, the attainable — the art of the next best” -Otto von Bismarck Holy Roman Empire, Birth of Habsburg-Hohenzollern Rivalry The Unification of Germany i…

What is Law ?

Law can be described as ”framework of rules that regulates the behaviour and interaction between it’s subjects; and are enacted & enforced by an authority”. This definition introduces 2 fundemental aspects of law: 1.It sets a patchwork of rules which defines how thing should and shouldn’t work 2. These rules are made and forcibly applied to it’s subjects, be it an institution or a person, by an authority.

Of course there are conflicting ideas for a definition between different doctrines but these 2 aspects are universally accepted by all experts.

From most primitive tribes to modern states, all forms of societies run on a basis of rules. As humans progressed, more people came together and the interaction became too complex. Law started to be written and new concepts were invented to conceptualise these advanced forms of interactions. It is the result of the humankind’s advenced mental capabilities, his ability to comprehend the society, which he had created.

Constitution, State, Parliament, crime, justice, human rights… all these terms and organisations are represented by a legal concept and in this section, we aim to introduce all necessary knowledge for you to understand the humane world around us. Our writings will also introduce several important institutions that is present like UN and EU. Also we will try to present a legeal perspective on past events by collaborating these two disciplines.

What is History ?


Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

George Santayana

History comes from Greek Word historia which means inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation. It is the study of the past events using written documents and creating a historical narrative to objectively determine causes and effects of past events.

In this section we will not only tell about past events, but also their importance and effects on social, political and context. Alongside big and more mainstream subjects, we will also try to uncover some unkown events of the past which actually has a big impact on events occured after.