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Brexit – The Saga Continues

The lack of concern for a ‘hard Brexit’ shown by both the voters and commentators during the referendum in 2016, was due to a few factors. Those who wanted out, the ‘Leavers’, were interested in only one thing — a clean break, whilst the ‘Remainers’

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"Europe Will Not Be Europe"

In the United Kingdom, the Brexit Party victory at 31.6% of the vote was a remarkable achievement that showed the persistent willingness of millions of Britons to leave the European Union. The “populist” positions — the defense of national sovereignty

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Iran: The Ventriloquist Dummy's New Lexicon

Russia has imposed the Caspian Convention it dictated, but vetoes Iran’s membership in the Euro-Asian “economic family” and the Shanghai Group. Russia’s interest is keeping Iran out of the international gas market, thus holding Moscow’s Damocles Sword

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Brexit’s Message to European Union

The first problem with the EU is that, though it is called a union, it isn’t really one. The EU is essentially an economic club; not a state. Brexit has highlighted the key challenges that the EU faces. The first challenge concerns a widespread

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