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Afzal Pervez: ‘It’s been how long since the Euro?’

The Euro is the currency of 19 countries in the European Union (23 altogether outside of EU). The Maastricht Treaty (1993) was...

The “Crisis of Confidence” that threatens the West

“The threat is nearly invisible in ordinary ways. It is a crisis of confidence. It is a crisis that strikes at the very heart...

Cognitive Dissonance and the Malice of Catholicism

There was a recent article in the Guardian, entitled “How long can the cognitive dissonance between my faith the Catholic church last?” It’s rare to...

UKIP Foreign Aid Motion

Today at party conference UKIP members were invited to support a motion to replace the current UK foreign aid policy with a ‘Disaster Relief...

Somalia: Why America is returning to Mogadishu

At the beginning of December, the American State Department announced the return of US delegates to their embassy in Mogadishu, Somalia.The decision...

Who, Where and How: Paving a path for the Democrats in 2020

The Democratic Party cannot underestimate how crucial picking the right candidate will be in 2020. This will not, unfortunately, be a case of kicking...

The Real Brexit Black Hole: A Radical Remain Labour platform

Dejected delegations returning from Europe now flood the news daily but Cameron's failed visit in 2015 should not be forgotten. Cameron sought 'a new...

Russia and the West

Russia has had a rough year: it lost to Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest; some of its athletes were banned from competing in...

Trump’s feasible response to Assad is Missile Strikes

On Saturday 7th April, in the Syrian City of Douma, a key stronghold for rebels with opposition to the regime of Syrian Dictator Bashar...

A Drop in the Ocean?

In late December, Yoshihide Suga, a spokesperson for the Japanese government, announced that Japan was to withdraw from the International Whaling Commission....

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