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India Budget 2015

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The budget for India this year received a great round of applause, for its dependability. Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to government with a majority in the lower house of parliament, but the opposition party, still controls the upper house. However, there isn’t a lot to be concerned about because steps are being taken to […]

Tackling Family Breakdowns

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Social inequality has affected Great Britain in more ways than one. There is too much poverty, too much political uncertainty, and a never ending debate over how to come to terms with the social exclusion issue for most communities. One of the contributing factors to poverty is a family breaking apart, aside from financial pressure, […]

Party Politics in Afghanistan

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Civil conflicts resolution is the most encouraging aspect of how to ensure that Afghanistan can become a much more peaceful country for generations of people to live in. There has been a strange lack of enthusiasm regarding the political climate locally there, and its concerning as to how there can be so less interest in […]

The Debate About Integration

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Integration of migrants in the United Kingdom, more culturally and socially different than British people, can give way to creating a much more diverse society. It would beget stronger communities of people more aligned to British interests and more eager to erase out the presence of any form of extremism, prejudice or intolerance towards sundry people. […]

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 […]

Venezuela, the Black Market & Price Inflation

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This year saw Venezuela being filled with protests, owing to violence, inflation, and a lack of basic amenities in the national landscape. The some approximate 6000 protests that happened for the last six months means that many student arrests, political demonstrations,  hunger strikes, followed, all in the name of doing something about the inflation and […]

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 […]

Afghanistan & India: Crafting Stability In The Region

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Post 9/11 concern has been raised over where India stands on a number of issues, which includes it’s approach to the relationship it shares with Afghanistan on all levels: economically, politically and socially. Security and stability in Afghanistan is of importance to India. There has been claims of cultural co-operation in between India and Afghanistan, […]

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 […]

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