A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

October 11, 2015 3:41 pm0 comments
A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

As many of your friends, family and probably the majority of the internet may have voiced to you, university is widely known as a life changing and reaffirming time in which you discover your true self, take on eye opening experiences, and make friendships that last a life time – […]

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Migration crisis a test for European ideas, politicians, future prospects

September 29, 2015 11:43 am0 comments
Migration crisis a test for European ideas, politicians, future prospects

The leaders of the European Union will discuss the migration crisis during an extraordinary meeting summoned by the European Council President Donald Tusk on Wednesday, September 23. On September 17, he announced the plans to visit the refugee camps in Egypt and Jordan this week before the meeting. The idea […]

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The Grand Old Problem: Why the Republicans will not win the 2016 presidential election

September 17, 2015 9:10 am0 comments
The Grand Old Problem: Why the Republicans will not win the 2016 presidential election

Who would have ever thought that Donald Trump would be the leading candidate in the 2016 Republican primaries? His meteoric rise in the race for the Republican nomination epitomises the GOP’s main problem; they are too extreme. Whereas the Democrats’ five candidates are fairly balanced, with Bernie Sanders the only […]

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Refugees Not Welcome

September 16, 2015 1:25 pm0 comments
Refugees Not Welcome

In the midst of Europe’s gravest refugee crisis since the close of the Second World War, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has drawn condemnation from western European leaders  for adopting a religious stance toward the ballooning problem of Syrian migrants. Orban, leader of the ruling conservative Fidesz party, voiced his […]

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Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

August 26, 2015 5:05 pm0 comments
Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

The intergovernmental agreements between Moscow and Ankara on the construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline and the agreed 10.25% natural gas discount will both be signed on the same day after the new Turkish government forms in autumn 2015, announced Taner Yildiz, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, on […]

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Experts, politicians speak in favor of preserving US-Russian INF treaty

August 19, 2015 12:04 pm0 comments
Experts, politicians speak in favor of preserving US-Russian INF treaty

The situation with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty signed by Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan on December 8, 1987, remains questionable as tensions between the two nuclear powers remain. Both sides still have unresolved concerns towards each other over the document. In particular, in the 2015 US State Department […]

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Ufa SCO-BRICS summits’ results herald new world order in the making

August 17, 2015 11:14 am0 comments
Ufa SCO-BRICS summits’ results herald new world order in the making

The leaders of Asian, African and Latin American countries took part in the 14th summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and the 7th BRICS summit that took place in the Russian city of Ufa on July 8-10, 2015. The BRICS summit, most importantly, resulted in the decision to launch […]

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A brief assessment of the Republican debate

August 12, 2015 12:43 pm0 comments
A brief assessment of the Republican debate

This debate was the first of the race for the White House and it offered us a glimpse into the GOP’s finest candidates. The Republicans are yet to modernise on ideas such as same-sex marriage and abortion. Some controversial statements on the latter did no favours for Florida senator Marco […]

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