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Crimea Crisis: A detailed timeline of events

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By Gregor Bauer 21 February Due to the ongoing Euromaidan violence in Kiev, sections of the Crimean parliament called a meeting of their house in order to pass a resolution asking the Russian President Vladimir Putin for help against the protesters. Though non-parliamentary, Crimean Tatars prevent the discussion from taking place by threatening to occupy […]

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The Crimea Referendum is a matter of moral legitimacy


By Gregor Bauer, Do the citizens of Crimea not have the right to join the Russian Federation? Yes, of course they do. The Referendum showed a vast majority in favour of joining Russia. More than half of the Crimea’s citizens are ethnically Russian. And why should Kiev care? The productivity of the Crimea lies far beneath […]

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Tony Benn obituary: “A Champion of the People”

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By Alec Wheeler Tony Benn, a long serving and influential Labour MP, died last Friday at the age of 88. Benn was known for being one of the most prominent and most active members of the Labour Party as well as one of the furthest left leaning. In his later years, after being a government […]

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5 pointers Hillary Clinton can take from Al Gore’s presidential run to win in 2016

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By Alec Wheeler With a 60+ point lead on the next contender, Hillary Clinton is looking more and more likely to be the Democrat’s presidential nominee in 2016. In fact, the last contender who looked this assured of being nominated was Al Gore back in 2000. Now, if she wants to ensure that she becomes […]

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The Canadian Senate faces a defining period

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By Alec Wheeler Two weeks ago, Justin Trudeau, leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, made the decision to eject all 32 appointed senators from his caucus in an attempt to end bipartisanship in the Senate. The ejected 32 will remain senators but are not allowed to caucus with the Liberals; from this point on, […]

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America’s presence hinders Syrian peace talks

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By Alec Wheeler, The Syrian peace talks held in Geneva this week may lead you to believe that peace in the troubled state is but a pipe dream. The United Nations and neighboring countries affected by this ongoing conflict are using the talks to call for peace in Syria and for the region to return […]

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Can Nick Clegg become the next Prime Minister?

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By Alec Wheeler When it comes to voting, most of us know that politicians, even with their smiles, sincerity and nice words, aren’t the people they claim or wish they were. A lot of the time, we end up either voting against someone or voting for the lesser of two evils, which was very much […]

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Criminals once again – A critique of the Supreme Court of India’s decision to recriminalize homosexuality

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An Opinion Editorial by Nivvedan Senthamil Selvan In a surprising turn of events, and a major blow to LGBT rights in India, the Supreme Court of India has overturned the landmark 2009 Delhi High Court judgement which decriminalized homosexuality, terming it “legally unsustainable”. This perhaps makes India the only country ever to re-criminalize homosexuality. The […]

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Ed Miliband has grown into a man who looks, acts and feels like a Prime Minister in waiting


By Jack Jevons  Labour leader Ed Miliband began his shift from leader of the opposition to his dreams of future Prime Minister with a visit to Warrington on Friday with promises to the town’s people. Soon after what had been acclaimed an “impressive” party conference, in which Labour reaffirmed its supporting policies for the most […]

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Mr Scandalous: A timeline of Silvio Berlusconi’s scandals

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By Simon Farnsworth Whoever said politics is dull has obviously never taken into account the exuberant Italian billionaire that is Silvio Berlusconi. The 77-year-old has survived more scandals than all the members of the English football team combined but his days as a political force in Italy now seem numbered. From bunga bunga parties to allegedly sleeping with underage […]

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