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UK finds itself on thin ice in Arctic

It was revealed that Arctic has not featured in recent UK security...

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May talks with people from the Belfast Youth Forum during her visit to the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland

May struggles against the tide

The Prime Minister is teetering on the wire with her White Paper, which has not satisfied either side of the...

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Humanitarian predators: What Joel Davis’ New York arrest tells us

Joel Davis was arrested in New York last week as he made plans to rape  children of a “father” trafficking...

U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he walks on the course of his golf resort, in Turnberry

Brexit does not mean Brexit

Remainers loathe Trump for calling Brexit ‘a great thing’. Others disapprove of his reality show past, his hairstyle, his choosing...

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Vietnamese children get help to face the world

Over 4.8 million died and 4 lakh children were born with birth defects believed to be due to exposure to...

Presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks next to his wife Beatriz Gutierrez Muller after winning the presidential election, in Mexico City

Mexico in transition and a tale of capitalism in Central America

Many of the ills plaguing Mexico are directly related to NAFTA, which killed the traditional agricultural sector.   The landslide...

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Migrant crisis threatens to tear Europe apart

Borders are an issue worldwide and the future of the national character is what the consternation in Europe is all...

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Boost Anglo-Chinese ties to buoy UK prospects post Brexit

China may account for a third of global GDP by 2030, with an economy larger than the US and Europe...

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The West faces old ghosts and new perils

The West today finds itself in a situation which is a product of its own socio-economic beliefs, resulting in a...