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The Greek Parliament agreed on a new austerity package on 12 November which they submitted to the Troika (the European Commission, the European Central Bank…View More Another Round for Greece?
Britain must replace Trident to maintain both her global position and security in a dangerous and unpredictable world. This is a regrettable but necessary evil.…View More Replacing Trident – A Necessary Evil
In a September 6th opinion piece published on the Huffington Post’s website, Harvard Law Professor Allan Dershowtiz asked, “Why do countries with long histories of…View More Circumcision, Legislation, and Anti-Semitism
A good PR strategy and perhaps a hipster video in toned-down saturation might be all that is needed for a successful communist revival in Eastern…View More Communist Nostalgia
Francois Hollande may be yet another one of many French Presidents who have embarked on a mission of bringing an end to “la Françafrique”. He…View More Overcoming “la Françafrique”: A Tale of two Presidents and two Visions of Africa
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Moscow’s refusal to extend the Cooperative Threat Reduction Treaty (CTR) calls into question the future of U.S.-Russian nuclear weapons disarmament efforts. Moscow’s recent announcement that…View More Disarmament Disarmed
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An Exclusive Interview with EUSR to Kosovo, Samuel Žbogar, on the main issues Kosovo faces on its road to independence. It is 1989 and Yugoslav…View More Kosovo and the Hard Road to Stability