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Back To The USSR

Back To The USSR

Backbencher January 31, 2014 0

Stephanie Surface analyses Putin’s striving for a new Soviet Union As most of the British media seems to obsess about new laws limiting homosexuals’ rights in Russia, and showing corruption and cronyism at the

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What Role Did Nuclear Weapons Play During The Cold War?

What Role Did Nuclear Weapons Play During The Cold War?

Backbencher April 19, 2013 0

In the second of his two-part series, provoked by the death of Margaret Thatcher,  Sami Steinbock continues the look back to the Cold War.  In my article last week, I looked at one interpretation

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NUCLEAR WEAPONS KEPT THE COLD WAR COLD

NUCLEAR WEAPONS KEPT THE COLD WAR COLD

Backbencher April 12, 2013 1

In the first of a two-part series, Sami Steinbock uses the look-back to the Cold War caused by this week’s death of Margaret Thatcher to ask a salient question The American nuclear attacks of

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Democracy – Inevitable? Or Not?

Backbencher March 8, 2013 1

The first of a two-part series in which Samuel Steinbock* discusses whether democratisation is inevitable, once a society reaches a certain level of development. In the 20th century there is perhaps no more powerful,

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