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Brexit Britain in 2018

Brexit Britain in 2018

by    Fair Observer

Without a trade agreement in 2018, the United Kingdom is at risk of crashing out of the EU. Leaving the European Union is not that simple. Having pulled off a last-minute agreement with the European Commission to move forward, Brexit Britain is feeling the burn this winter. The next stage is the big one: future Read More

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: “Negative” Aspects of War

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: “Negative” Aspects of War

by    Peter Isackson

Developing the negatives when photographing war. Estimating the massive numbers of future deaths in a hypothetical war is a routine part of military planning. Thanks to recently declassified documents we now know, for example, that back in 1994, evaluating the possibility of a war with North Korea, “the Pentagon estimated that some 490,000 South Korean Read More

If the Trump Revolution Is Possible, So Is a Progressive One

If the Trump Revolution Is Possible, So Is a Progressive One

by    John Feffer

The increased tempo of the GOP’s snatch and grab in recent days suggests that they’re feeling a certain desperation. Don’t kid yourself: 2016 was a revolutionary year in the United States. Yes, I know, the United States is a deeply conservative country. Americans don’t engage in periodic attempts to overthrow the system. There is no Read More

Bulgaria’s EU Presidency: Does National Excitement Match Reality?

Bulgaria’s EU Presidency: Does National Excitement Match Reality?

by    Vladislava Gubalova

The upcoming EU presidency is Bulgaria’s chance to remold its image as a reliable and stable actor in the Balkans and beyond. On January 1, 2018, Bulgaria will take over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first time in its history. The country is stepping up on the European stage Read More

Why Roy Moore May Win in Alabama

Why Roy Moore May Win in Alabama

by    Charles Hoskinson

Sexual harassment scandals that have forced major figures in entertainment, media and politics from their jobs have strengthened Roy Moore’s position. If you want to understand why scandal-plagued Republican candidate Roy Moore may win the special US Senate election in Alabama, you have to stop thinking about sex. Moore is holding a slim but surprising Read More

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