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The U.S. presidential race is officially underway, with Texas Senator Ted Cruz becoming the first official candidate to declare they are running for the White House in 2016. Across the Atlantic a far closer, and in many ways more interesting, election will be hosted next month, when Brits go to the polls on May 7th. [...]

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This past year the great topic for debate in Canadian constitutional reform has been reforming the Senate, the upper chamber of Canada’s Parliament. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau began to depoliticise the Senate unilaterally by kicking the 32 Liberal Senators out of the party’s Parliamentary caucus in late January. In April, however, some momentum on top-down Senate [...]

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I work at a typical St. Laurent bar. Dingy and dim, it’s filled with tepid regulars during the day and packed with students taking shooters after midnight. The beer is cheap, the music is loud, and we only accept cash. As a waitress, I skirt around the crowds of people and dodge rogue pool cues [...]

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Despite attacks in Baga and continuing assaults on large cities in Nigeria media in the West has chronically underreported the insurgency orchestratedby Boko Haram. Granted that reporting accurately on the conflict and the latest string of attacks faces extreme challenges, where has the outcry of support for Nigeria been? Given prior American involvement against extremists [...]

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One of the biggest issues currently faced by the international economy is the recent and sudden crash in oil prices. Although many countries have taken this as an opportunity to buy barrels of oil for less, there is a significant underlying issue with the drop in oil prices, specifically for oil exporting countries such as Venezuela. [...]

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