All posts by "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

Tomorrow August 30 at 7PM European Central Time (Paris, Berlin time) David Allouche shall discuss the Role of France in Keeping European Union together. Join us at the exact time ...

Who are the Most High-Tech countries in the world? This is a question that is indeed very interesting. Let’s have a look at it. Here is our top 10. Young ...

Interview with Frederic Encel and Emmanuel Navon, two leading geopolitical experts at the Netanya Academic College, one of the leading academic college in Israel, that plays an important role in ...

What you need to know about the elections in Sweden and their results : First , here is are the results in the last elections in 2014 :   The ...

Who are the strongest countries in Asia? Young Diplomats reveals the top 10 10/ Vietnam The Socialist Republic of Vietnam has a solid military reputation. The country is one of ...

Top South American Tourism Economies & Destinations : Thanks to dropping airfares, improved infrastructure and some imaginative marketing, South America has become one of the most fashionable places for the ...

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 ...

Who are the most high tech countries in the World? You will be surprised!  Those able to harness the power of information and communication technology are reaping ever more benefits. ...

 For the leaders of authoritarian state, nothing is  better than a “democratic” election to establish their legitimacy. Here are the ten most effective dictators in the art of getting elected ...

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