All posts by "David Allouche"

David Allouche
David founded Young Diplomats in 2014. His goal was to create a platform for students in International Relations to share their articles with the world. David's holds an MA in Strategy and Diplomacy and works for an International Organization. He can be reached at youngdiplomats2@gmail.com

Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas was a former US diplomat and Ambassador. She served as a diplomat abroad in Strategic locations such as Greece, Turkey, and Africa. Nelson Mandela was the most interesting ...

Who are the Richest African Countries today? Africa is blessed with an important amount of mineral reserve. Among these reserves are included gold, cobalt, platinum, manganese, diamond, uranium and many ...

The recent dispute between Qatar and some of its neighbors is the most serious dispute among them in years, and has the potential to further destabilize an already turbulent region. ...

Where are the protests taking places in Iran?  The Youth seems to have taken the streets and every hour more and more cities are joining the protest movement. Iran is ...

Young Diplomats has the immense pleasure to introduce a new project called the Young Diplomats Leader(s) of the Month. The people featured in this project, showing a great potential and ...

Interview with Jean-Francois Copé, ex-chief of opposition in France between 2012 and 2014. Background: Jean-Francois Copé is a famous French Politician was the leader of the UMP party, the Party ...
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Not many people are aware of the contributions made by several secret societies in shaping the world as we know today. For the most part, their endeavours are not justly ...

During my early years at school, “Oil Curse” was the term I heard repeatedly, but was incapable of comprehending exactly what this famous expression that is customarily labeled the Arab ...

The Israel Defense Forces recently completed a large military exercise on the island of Cyprus, and a smaller training exercise in Crete was held several months earlier. Although the commanders ...