From down under

Mario Alfaro I can still remember when I was in high school, and I was wondering what my path in college would be. The people around me always told me that you should be a lawyer because I knew how to defend my point of view, and I was passionate about fighting for my ideals. … Continue reading From down under


The two deportations that affected Estonia as well as Latvia and Lithuania most were executed in June 1941 and March 1949. In Estonia 14 June 1941 and 25 March 1949, are annually observed as days of mourning. The March 1949 deportation was the largest of these when over 20,000 people, mostly women and children, were … Continue reading GOD BLESS ESTONIA!

Should The Fourth Generation Of Human Rights Exist?

Ihor Prus A Man constantly changes the world around, improves the creation of the past, adopts it for his existence. Often, this process is reminiscent of dangerous games. In support of this, one can recall when a man created atomic weapons, which could easily destroy the person himself. But despite this, it is impossible to … Continue reading Should The Fourth Generation Of Human Rights Exist?