Recently, Benjamin Netanyahu was inaugurated as Prime Minister of Israel for the sixth time. This election victory comes just 1,5 years after being removed as Prime Minister in June 2021. Currently, Netanyahu is serving his 16th year in this position (1996 – 1999; 2009 – 2021; 2022 – present). In general, this development did not … Continue reading For a Strong Israel
One of the core characteristics of Essydo Magazine is that topics are viewed from all the different perspectives possible in an unbiased way. Since no underlying agenda is pursued or any interest groups influence this magazine, the analyses represent the highest technical standard of political analysis – at least this is our goal. Leaning on … Continue reading What Can Ukraine Do?
No healthy person would ever desire to experience violence in any form. It is one of the underlying threats shaping our behaviour and which we have to adapt to. Though humans have a tendency to seek danger, we avoid violence by nature. But how come there is so much violence in this world? How come … Continue reading How to End Wars & Violence
Over the past year, I have only published 4 articles in Essydo Magazine. Before, I published articles more frequently. Neither did my passion for political and societal questioned faded nor did I lack the ambition to provide you with technical insights into the world of politics. In fact, the contrary was the case. Over the … Continue reading Devlet: A New World of Politics
So far, the dominant theme of societal development in the late 20th and early 21st century is the emergence, acceleration and consolidation of globalisation. With societies, economies and political systems becoming closer and closer and partly even merging, naturally we began to fundamentally rethink our perception of the world and our roles we play within … Continue reading World Citizen or Nationalist?