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The Greek Tragedy was made in Brussels

The Greek Tragedy was made in Brussels

Douglas Carswell April 6, 2016 1

Project Fear claims our economic prosperity depends on the EU. Try telling that to the Greeks. Six years since the sovereign debt crisis began, Greece is still facing economic catastrophe – and the blame

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Putin’s European Apparatchiks Exposed

Putin’s European Apparatchiks Exposed

Robert Tyler April 6, 2015 0

Vladimir Putin has been playing politics in Europe.  Two interesting stories appeared in the media this week that have shed light on links between European political parties and the Russian Federation. These stories have exposed

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The Eurocrisis: Austerity is a Prerequisite, not a Solution

The Eurocrisis: Austerity is a Prerequisite, not a Solution

Backbencher May 31, 2013 0

The crisis in the Eurozone will only end when politicians start focusing on structural reform. Imagine that you are a doctor. A patient hobbles to your desk with a twisted ankle. Would you not

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World Affairs News Round Up 28/02/13

World Affairs News Round Up 28/02/13

Lee Jenkins February 28, 2013 0

  If anybody was worried that North Korea had calmed down, they can sleep easy again tonight. The regime in Pyongyang announced that the US was now within range of its rockets. North Korea

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 50

Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 50

Lee Jenkins December 13, 2012 2

A state of disaster has been declared in northern Samoa as a Cyclone Evan batters the island. Two people have been confirmed dead so far. The pressure on the Assad Regime grew as Russia,

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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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Enough is enough

Enough is enough

Oliver Demaine November 26, 2012 2

  The hot topic of everyone in the United Kingdom is Europe. You either love it, or loathe it, but whatever your opinion on it is, you know it isn’t currently running as smoothly

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 46

Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 46

Lee Jenkins November 15, 2012 3

Southern Europe was gripped by a new wave of anti-austerity protests, with Spanish and Portuguese unions coordinating strike action for the first time. Over 700 flights were grounded and even Spanish ministers admitted that

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 45

Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 45

Lee Jenkins November 8, 2012 1

Unless you’ve been living in a cave with your eyes closed and your fingers in your ears, you’ll have heard that Americans have re-elected Barack Obama as President. The results were closer than would

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Review – “Boomerang: the Biggest Bust” by Michael Lewis

Review – “Boomerang: the Biggest Bust” by Michael Lewis

Laveen Ladharam November 2, 2012 1

  “If you borrow a lot of money to create a false prosperity, you import the future into the present. It isn’t the actual future, so much as some grotesque silicone version of it.

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