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Egypt’s revolution must run its path

Egypt’s revolution must run its path

Backbencher December 15, 2012 0

James Sharpe.   We should always be wary of fundamental and radical change when it comes to any country. The Arab Spring has been a complicated and often surprising political process. How it began

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Foreign affairs news round up week 49

Foreign affairs news round up week 49

Lee Jenkins December 6, 2012 3

There were renewed fears that elements of the besieged Syrian regime of President Assad may be planning to use chemical weapons in its seemingly endless battle against rebels. World leaders reiterated their warning that

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 48

Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 48

Lee Jenkins November 29, 2012 2

Greece managed to buy some more time to resolve its crippling debt problems. Talks with the Trokia of the EU, IMF and World Bank allowed Athens to secure a package of loans (valued at

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Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Backbencher November 20, 2012 1

Oliver Demaine discusses; The Arab-Spring, one of the most revolutionary times the middle-east has seen for centuries. Leaders fought off their position of ‘solid’ power by the people of the States they have ruled

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