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Nobel Economics

Americans have won more Nobel prizes in economics than any other nationality. Since the establishment of the prize in 1969, well over half of all the winners have been citizens of the United States, and many others have lived and worked in the country. 1,155 more words

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Breakdown By Numbers: Moroccan crime in the Netherlands

March 21, 2014  Vincent Ten Cate

Geert Wilders, leader of the far-right Freedom Party (PVV) in the Netherlands, has provoked widespread domestic outrage by making a series of anti-Moroccan statements during his campaign for the Dutch municipal elections of March 19. 1,496 more words

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What Is Your Favourite Subject?

“What was your favourite subject at school”? A password reminder question. Mine were Art and Politics. Looks like an unusual combination, but the idea of “Art is Politics, Politics is Art” is not new. 725 more words

Why A Referendum in Crimea?

By Irina Savchenko

NB: This is an updated version of the article posted earlier on March 13th, 2014

referendum is to take place in Crimea on the 16th of March, 2014, about whether or not the Crimean peninsula will join Russia.

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Enemies Foreign and Domestic

The Obama administration has offered an “open hand” to the mad mullahs running Iran, a friendly “re-set” of relations with the kleptocracy in charge in Russia, and… 712 more words

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Uprise - the launch of Unite the Youth - Saturday March 22nd

It’s time to Uprise! Unite the Youth launches, Saturday March 22nd.

Come and share your ideas about education, unemployment, police, racism, sexism, mental health and more. 58 more words

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What Do We Owe Future Generations?

The recent drought conditions in the Western States have brought to the fore once again the precarious state of water in the region. While part of the problem is that there has simply not been enough precipitation, the other concern is that groundwater (aquifer) levels are sinking.   1,207 more words

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