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The Pink Tide Consumes Itself

The Pink Tide Consumes Itself

Alexander Fiúza October 2, 2016 0

A decade ago the far left was exhibiting a certain triumphalism. They may have become irrelevant in the West and lost their shining star in the East, but a new hope had emerged for

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The Future of Global Finance Centres

The Future of Global Finance Centres

Backbencher July 8, 2013 0

By matthew Stinchcombe The world’s financial and business centres are the face of global business and as a result they provide an overall picture to the development and stability of an economy and even

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The Falklands Are Safer Than They’ve Ever Been

The Falklands Are Safer Than They’ve Ever Been

Lee Jenkins June 27, 2013 1

Shrill voices from Argentina have been met with calm responses from Britain. This has been the correct response and has made the Falklands safer than ever Strange as it may seem now, Argentina was

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Thatcher’s Dirty Little Secret

Thatcher’s Dirty Little Secret

Lee Jenkins April 18, 2013 5

Thatcher is lionised as a champion of freedom and democracy. So why did she support a tyrant? The burial yesterday of Baroness Thatcher has given politicos an excuse to trawl back through her time

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Nail biting times: Venezuela’s New President announced soon

Nail biting times: Venezuela’s New President announced soon

Tristan Kitchin April 14, 2013 0

  It has been six weeks since Chavez’s death and the race is on in the election for his successor. The two front-runners, Nicolas Maduro and Henrique Capriles, have been campaigning relentlessly to sway

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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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Venezuelan and US relations – Beyond Repair?

Venezuelan and US relations – Beyond Repair?

Tristan Kitchin March 19, 2013 0

The relationship between the USA and Venezuela over the past decade can only be described as shaky at best. Ever since Chavez’s rise to power in 1998 the two nations have struggled to meet

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The Venezuelan Elections: Henrique Capriles

The Venezuelan Elections: Henrique Capriles

Tristan Kitchin March 8, 2013 0

As Venezuela mourns the loss of President Hugo Chavez and people gather in the capital Caracas for his funeral today, we look at one of the candidates to replace the man who became one

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Goodbye Chavez: A New Start in Venezuela?

Goodbye Chavez: A New Start in Venezuela?

Tristan Kitchin March 6, 2013 0

  Yesterday, (Tuesday March 5th) at the age of 58, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez passed away. Chavez had been undergoing a prolonged battle against cancer ever since it was first detected in mid-2011, and

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