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The Crimean parliament’s proposal to exit the Ukriane and join the Russian Federation has raised the question of the legality and morality of secession.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.-While attending the annual reactionary conservative love-fest known as “CPAC” this week, lawmakers from Arizona, Oklahoma, Missouri, and several “Bible Belt” states are meeting in private to discuss the possibility of seceding from the Union and forming a “New Confederacy.” Many up-and-coming right-wing state officials are expected to attend. 912 more words
Spain promises non-interference on Scotland
By Tobias Buck in Madrid and Mure Dickie in Edinburgh
Spain has no intention of interfering in Scotland’s push for independence and is willing to consider an eventual Scottish application to join the EU as a separate state, the foreign minister said in remarks that will bolster the… 243 more words
Foreword: This is Part 4 of a multi-part series on secession by Donald W. Livingston, which is republished here with permission from the Ludwig von Mises Institute. 781 more words
By Rashika Rakibullah
Those following the recent events in Ukraine may be worried that we seem to be very near the brink of a third World War. 1,194 more words
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The Crimean parliament has voted to join Russia, with the Ukraine region’s deputy prime minister saying the decree was effective immediately and that Russian soldiers are the only legitimate forces in Crimea.