Experts: Probability of visa-free regime between EU and Turkey approaches zero

February 26, 2016 3:00 pm0 comments

The European Union is ready to offer Turkey an accelerated path to giving its citizens visa-free travel in return for Turkish help with the migration crisis, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, stated after the EU Summit in Brussels, Belgium, on October 15, 2015. “We have agreed with our […]

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Washington’s nuclear modernization plans in Europe strike against global stability

February 2, 2016 9:23 pm0 comments

The avid nuclear dispute in European and Russian expert and political communities is still ongoing after a report by Germany’s ZDF TV channel about Washington’s plans to station B61-12 modernized high-accuracy nuclear bombs in Germany. From US budget reports and WikiLeaks secret documents, the journalists concluded that 20 new bombs […]

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Democracy succeeds as Conservatives controversial cuts are snubbed in Lords

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A certain Winston Churchill once stated that ‘democracy is the worst form of Government and one where it can never be perfect’. For David Cameron those words will ring true in his ears after his Conservative party suffered the ignominy of a historic House of Lords defeat over Tax Credit […]

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Rivers of Blood: the legacy of racism in the UK

January 29, 2016 3:00 pm1 comment

Growing up in the West Midlands in a time that lacked the ease of access to the internet we believed for a very short and delusional time that racism was something that had been conquered. British Colonialism appeared to have vanished, legislature had been brought in to ensure that one […]

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