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>> Vorbemerkung:
Die wissenschaftliche Arbeit und forschende Lehre bezieht sich auf Artikel 5 GG der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

>> Preliminary remark:
Scientific work and research education refers to Artikel 5 GG of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Die hier vorgestellten Wissenschaftsprojekte werden ab dem 01.01.2023 ausschließlich im Rahmen des Engagements von A.I.P.S. Tenerife durchgeführt!

The scientific projects presented here will be carried out from 01.01.2023 exclusively as part of the commitment of A.I.P.S. Tenerife!

1. Project "Phoenix"

A: Project goal
Political and economic implementation strategy for crisis regions to pacify and rebuild social, economic and political structures according to democratic models.

B: Hypothesis of this project

By safeguarding and promoting knowledge structures and democratic and free education (basic and higher education), it is possible to rebuild the disintegrated (destroyed) structures of a state (government), a society and a civilization and to give people hope and a purpose. This manifests itself in a first stage in the structure of internal policy and in a second stage in the structure of external policy.

2. Project "Priamos"

A: Project goal
The use of positive effects of the school of thought of political realism at the national and international level within the framework of liberal and democratic alliances.

B: Hypothesis of this project

Acceptance of the need for political realism makes it possible to achieve positive effects in the cooperation of different democratic and liberal nations and states at the political, economic and social levels. These positive effects are also transmitted in the medium to long term to nations and states with different political intentions.

3. Project "Agamemnon"

A: Project goal
Active Allied Aggression and the consequences for the democratic-liberal world order in the shadow of political realism in the 21st Century.

B: Hypothesis of this project

Active allied aggression runs counter to the way of thinking of a liberal, democratic and peaceful world order. This applies to the assessment of policy in relation to Western alliances as well as other political alliances. The political arguments and decisions of free and liberal alliances in the western hemisphere show increasing aggression and imperialist approaches in recent years.

4. Project "Chronos"

A: Project goal
The active use of historical events and processes, in the implementation of political decisions on a national and primarily international level.political knowledge, especially

B: Hypothesis of this project

Knowledge and understanding of political events from history (past) as well as free, unconditional and truth-oriented analysis make it possible to understand contemporary decisions on current challenges on the national and international stage and to link them in their historical context. This is of enormous importance for initiating current and future national and international decision-making processes in society and politics. It also helps to avoid wrong decisions and to secure and promote acceptance and understanding of democratic and free choices.

This project is structured in three stages. The first stage deals with important personalities as well as important events in world history. From Homer’s "Ilias" to the present day. The second stage analyses these personalities and events and transforms them into an international political framework. The third stage shows the consequences, reflects the events of the past into our century and shows the importance and consequences for today’s (international) politics. Here are some examples:

- Ferdinand Magellan and his early death (1521)
- Maximilian von und zu Trauttmansdorf and his involvement in the
- Peace of Westphalia (1648)
- Immanuel Kant and his work "To Eternal Peace"
- Clemens Wenzel Lothar von Metternich and
- the Vienna Congress (1814/1815)
- The Crimean War (1853 -1856)
- The Monroe-Doktrin and the Supplement by President Theodore Roosevelt, jr.
... and many other personalities and events.

"If you want to read in the future, you have to flip through the past"
(André Malraux)

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