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Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Joey Simnett August 28, 2015 0

Where there’s a will there’s a wall. It’s recently been reported that Hungary has been building a 175km fence across its southern border to keep out asylum seekers, notably from Syria and Afghanistan. The

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Is China’s Rise Resulting in America’s Demise?

Is China’s Rise Resulting in America’s Demise?

Backbencher December 18, 2013 2

Lizzie Roberts examines the causes of a decline in American hegemony. Since the end of the Second World War, America has held a position of world hegemony thanks to its sheer military and economic

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Protect Marine A’s Anonymity

Protect Marine A’s Anonymity

Michael St George November 17, 2013 0

Michael St George argues that, even in sentencing, the State still owes Marine A a duty of care There are no excuses for Marine A’s crime. There are explanations in abundance – from the

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Obama’s Hypocrisy: Chemical Weapons Are Bad, But Drones Are Acceptable

Sam Woolfe September 16, 2013 0

President Obama made an address on September 10th to the nation of Syria. The first point of criticism is that the speech is over-dramatic and theatrical – it just seems so obviously rehearsed. Obama

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The Wrong Type of News?

The Wrong Type of News?

Backbencher August 6, 2013 0

James Evans asks which news stories should be afforded the most attention. Britons are famous for enjoying a good grumble. This particular predilection was well-parodied back in the nineteenth century by Gilbert and Sullivan

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Notes on an American Betrayal

Notes on an American Betrayal

Backbencher June 22, 2013 0

Negotiating with the Taliban now would be both misguided and insulting. This week it was announced that the first exchange of negotiations between the U.S. State Department and the Taliban will proceed since the

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Why NATO Must Talk to the Taliban

Why NATO Must Talk to the Taliban

Backbencher June 13, 2013 0

The military situation is as good as its going to get. Its time for the diplomats to step in. This week General Joseph F. Dunford, the man charged with closing down NATO’s mission in

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3 Dents In Obama’s Halo

3 Dents In Obama’s Halo

Lee Jenkins April 4, 2013 2

Obama is a greater enemy of freedom than Bush ever was. So why aren’t we angry? Barak Obama was elected on a simple message of Hope and Change. Two simple but emotive words into

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The Foreign Office must go back to basics

The Foreign Office must go back to basics

Andrew Thorpe-Apps February 9, 2013 0

In the 21st century, Britain’s alliances and trade links remain vitally important. The Foreign Office is the key institution when it comes to the promotion and protection of British interests abroad. Yet the diplomatic

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A Call to Arms

Daniel Pryor January 22, 2013 4

Daniel Pryor appeals for the politically committed to get involved. ‘In essence, what I say is this: campaign for your ideology, fight for it, put in the research, convince people, but with no libertarian

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