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The EU, Energy and Climate Change

The EU, Energy and Climate Change

Gordon Johnston April 17, 2014 2

Gordon Johnston surveys the future of UK energy generation. The UN has decided that we must end the use of carbon-intensive fuels, stating that it is the primary cause of climate change. I am

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Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Backbencher April 17, 2013 1

  The Green Party in the UK usually gets accused of being a fringe party, full of eco-warriors, with nothing much to say except how much they want to save the trees. The ethos

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Maduro Likely to Win Venezuelan Election

Maduro Likely to Win Venezuelan Election

Tristan Kitchin March 26, 2013 3

  On April 14th Henrique Capriles will challenge for Venezuelan presidency for the second time in six months. This time however Chavez is dead, but he still very much remains the focus. His anointed

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Life after Chavez

Life after Chavez

Tristan Kitchin March 12, 2013 0

  Chavez, the self-proclaimed revolutionary, actually gained power legally through the 1998 elections. He may have won the Presidency by popular vote, but much of what was passed during his 13 years in office

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The West is Wrong on Iran

The West is Wrong on Iran

Olly Neville November 15, 2012 18

Author’s note: at no point in this piece do I condone the actions of the Iranian Government in regards to international terrorism or domestic curtailing of rights. I offer an explanation as to why

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