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  • 2015 Threatens to Undo European Union

    2015 Threatens to Undo European Union0

    In 2015, the world has been put through a series of terrorist attacks, the Greek economic crisis, the surge of migrants, and the standoff with Putin over Ukraine and Syria. All these difficulties were some kind of “strength test” for the mighty and rich European Union, especially for its liberal, democratic values and the principal

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  • Britain Tries to Repeal Its Strange Laws

    Britain Tries to Repeal Its Strange Laws0

    If you are interested in international legislation, you may have come across some strange laws around the world. Can you imagine anyone carrying wood planks down the crowded sidewalk? How often do you meet drunk horsemen riding by your house? Stay alert! Perhaps, your neighbors are handling a salmon under suspicious circumstances right now. All

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  • Angela Merkel Becomes 2015 TIME Person of the Year

    Angela Merkel Becomes 2015 TIME Person of the Year0

    TIME magazine has chosen the 2015 Person of the Year: this time it is German Chancellor and Leader of the Christian Democratic Union Angela Merkel. She is the fourth woman to be named the title since its beginning in 1927, and the first woman to be awarded the title in the last 29 years, since

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  • Cameron Accuses Corbyn in Sympathizing With Terrorists

    Cameron Accuses Corbyn in Sympathizing With Terrorists0

    The UK Prime Minister David Cameron urged Tory MPs not to “sit on their hands” and not to vote together with the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn against bombing Syria. If Cameron secures the votes necessary for airstrikes, the first British warplanes could appear in the sky over Syria as early as Thursday. Today, the MPs

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  • Climate Change Summit Starts in Paris

    Climate Change Summit Starts in Paris0

    Negotiators from 195 countries gathered in the Paris’s north-eastern suburb of Le Bourget. They will have two weeks to reach a new global deal on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to agree on ways to provide financial aid to poorer nations to help them fight climate change and resist its effects. At least 138 leaders,

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  • Huge Political Database by the British Election Study Now Available Online

    Huge Political Database by the British Election Study Now Available Online0

    Statistical data is the basis of any fundamental political research. And we have good news for students, regardless of their experience of working with statistical data, journalists and enthusiasts interested in public’s attitude towards elections and different governmental systems. The British Election Study has conducted the longest observation of the country’s electoral behavior, and now

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