Recent developments in Ireland have been overshadowed by an issue that has grave implications: the decision by British voters in June 2016 to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union.
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While economic development and the rise of a middle class were supposed to lead to a stronger democracy, the opposite seems to be happening now.
Now part of the governing coalition, Nepal’s Maoists still face tough challenges
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Field and classroom techniques that address threats to freshwater turtles around the world
There is no document of civilization which is not at the same time a document of barbarism
Strong leadership is needed to end the Catalonia crisis
Paradoxical election outcome in times of economic prosperity and its implications for Czech democracy and European politics.
As the negotiations for Brexit became the focus of postelection British politics, the issues involved exposed multiple fractures within the party.
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In September 2016 I visited the Yasukuni Shrine