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Sectarian nationalism and the state of Bihar

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In Bihar, the atmosphere could not be tenser for the recent political losses that has been incurred for the ruling party: the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lost the elections by an overwhelming majority in the overpopulated constituency, most of whom are poor. This significant political impairment has been regarded as quite plainly the biggest […]

Colombia & the Prospective Peace Deal with FARC

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Colombia is in the middle of negotiating a peace deal with FARC rebels and the number of discussion points between the two groups range from the implementation of justice for crimes committed to the finer nuisances of the deal that could save many lives. Armed conflict in Colombia has resulted in numerous bloody battles, and […]

The Rich & The Poor In Mexico City

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Developed states are battling to grow, and in the middle of it all there is always a fear of getting lost in the jargon, of forgetting how tough it is for poor states to transform. Mexico is an excellent example of this because the growth rates for emerging nations is slowing. Normally, when you meet […]

Apprenticeships Can Challenge Youth Unemployment

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Youth unemployment is seeing a decline in the United Kingdom but somewhere around 900,000 young people are still unemployed. That is approximately one out of every five 16-24 year old, with 40 percent of the entirely unemployed demographic being younger than 25. Since David Cameron came to power, to get the facts right, youth unemployment […]

The Scottish Independence Referendum

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The independence referendum for Scotland has been given the date of September 18, 2014. Anyone over the age of 16, who resides in Scotland is eligible to vote, which includes members of the armed services serving overseas registered to vote in Scotland and any British living in the country, but excludes all Scots living in […]

Israel & the Arab World: An Essay on Conflict

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The Arab world is in conflict and has been so for many decades now but where does Israel fit into the whole picture? Israel looks at the conflict with some reserve and some trepidation, owing to its many problems to try to fit in anyway. Although one of the most powerful countries in the Middle […]

Malaysia Needs A Shadow Cabinet

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Malaysia is one of the largest economies in the world and one of the most successful, setting itself as an example to countless countries that are increasingly getting crippled by recession. In an age when credit rating agencies are busy scurrying around trying to either downgrade ratings, sometimes even threatening to send it off to […]

Why Crimea Belongs With Russia

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The Crimea crisis has taken over news reports and airwaves because for the last couple of days it has felt like there was a new age war being fought in Europe over the Penninsula formerly administered by Ukraine. The region is home to many ethnic Russians and a small group of Ukrainians and Crimean Tartars […]

Congress reaches a $1.1 Trillion Plan

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The United States Congress was unable to establish legislation that would delegate funds for the 2014 fiscal year, which resulted in regular government operations grinding to a halt and bringing the United States government to an effective shutdown from October 1 through to October 16. The shutdown was known to have caused grave uncertainty for […]

Malaysia General Elections 2013

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General elections took place in Malaysia on the 5th of May. The ruling Barisan Nasional coalition won a majority of the seats, while the coalition of opposition parties, Pakatan Rakyat (PR), increased its political representation a little. The ruling Barisan Nasional coalition is made up of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party and several […]

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