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July 28, 2021

Can it be done? It’s going to be tough, but let’s see. In June 1994, I obtained 21,561 votes in the European Elections in the London West constituency, the largest increase of any Liberal Democrat candidate in the elections. I was then still rather…

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June 22, 2021

When the Soviet Union collapsed and the Warsaw Pact died, there was much speculation that NATO would consider itself redundant and either disappear or at least transmogrify into a less aggressive body. Source: sarav.net Failing that, Moscow at least felt…

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January 21, 2021

On January 25, Graeco-Turkish talks begin, at which Turkish claims to Greek island territories will be high on the agenda. Before we briefly consider the Israeli position, herewith a spot of recent history. AP Photo / Turkish Presidency Scorned countries…

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December 8, 2020

Introduction There is currently a great deal of speculation, some of it emotional and dramatic, by all manner of political theorists and international relations pundits about ‘world disorder’, and a concomitant attempt to set up a world government, or at…

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November 6, 2020

Authors:Aris Petasis, Editor of Intractable Dilemmas in the Energy-Rich Eastern Mediterranean and author of Leadership Triumphs & FailuresWilliam Mallinson, Professor of Political Ideas and Institutions at Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy www…

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