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For the past several years a reoccurring theme in American political journalism has been the so-called “civil war” within the Republican party, which roughly began about five years ago when the Tea Party first emerged on the scene as a major political player, and with just a quick glance at the convoluted field for next year’s […]

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Russia, Greece, Turkey, ISIS, Libya, Egypt, Cyprus, Iran, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, the United States of America. These are the major players in what is the most dangerous game of International Power Politics since the Cold War. Each is connected to the other in a showdown that has been brewing since the American invasion […]

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The 2010 General Election in Britain brought a spell of firsts, or very rare events. There was the first coalition government being formed in nearly a century, the Green Party getting their first ever seat in Parliament and UKIP winning their first national election iJustn the European elections of 2014. Was the 2010 General Election […]

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The usage of petroleum oil dates back thousands of years ago, with the first known handling of petroleum-based asphalt used more than 4,000 years ago to construct walls and towers in ancient Babylon. However, since the appearance of motorized vehicles, ships, and aircrafts, the significance of petroleum as an economic and military necessity has remarkably […]

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Why have the countries of the Middle East, as well as Islam more broadly, most recently been the targets of major criticism regarding their human rights record? In April, the Moroccan Interior Ministry inhibited the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH) from legally listing their elected executive committees, and may also remove its standing as an […]

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