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 New World, New Policy: BREXIT and the USANew World, New Policy: BREXIT and the USA by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
 The War on Experts: Brexit, Populism and Sir Ivan Rogers' ResignationThe War on Experts: Brexit, Populism and Sir Ivan Rogers' Resignation by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
 The dark side of the Brexit The dark side of the Brexit by Thanos Kalamidas
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 Even Old Lambs Come Home to RoostEven Old Lambs Come Home to Roost by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
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Britain’s economy expected to shrink in 2012 as quick austerity hurtsBritain’s economy will shrink this year and any meaningful recovery will remain elusive until 2014 as the euro zone d
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MI6 key to al Qaeda agentThe double agent in the foiled al Qaeda bomb plot had a British passport, making the UK’s intelligence agency key to the international sting operation. Two officials b
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Britain's Sky News reveals email hackingBritain's Sky News channel twice authorised its reporters to hack into computers, a potentially embarrassing revelation that could further dent the media tycoon's hope of acq
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Students protest Strauss-Kahn speech About 100 students protested Friday ahead of a speech at Cambridge University by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former International Monetary Fund chief whose career collapsed after he was cha
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British riot police use batons on embassy-storming anti-Syria protestersBritish police have used batons and riot shields to hold back protesters trying to storm the Syrian Embassy in London for the second time in one day. Earl
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Britain invites the world in 2012New Year is for many of us a time of reflection; a time to mark the passing of the old and the coming of the new. Turning the page that brings in the new year can offer an opportunity to look f
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Britain 'to send experts to eurozone crisis talks'Britain will send experts to eurozone talks on new rules to save the single currency union after London rejected new EU measures on budget discipline, Poland said on Fr
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For inciting riot online, 2 get 4-yr jail in BritainTwo men who tried to incite a riot on Facebook have been handed the longest jail terms so far by courts dealing with last week's violence in Britain. Jordan Blackshaw, 20
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Politicians’ gun for MurdochAfter holding out for a week, media baron Rupert Murdoch referred a controversial bid to take over British broadcaster BSkyB to the country’s Competition Commission. But his reported pla
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Britain deploys top diplomat, helicopters to LibyaBritish Foreign Minister William Hague flew to Benghazi on Saturday to meet rebels fighting to oust Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi after NATO deployed attack choppers for the first time. Russia
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Undercover cop 'played key role' in UK power station plotA trial against six environmental activists accused of conspiring to shut down a power station in the UK has collapsed amid questions over the role of an underco
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27 held after drug gang raids in UKMore than 200 police officers took part in co-ordinated raids across the UK in an operation targeting drug gangs. Twenty men and two women were arrested in Merseyside, three men in London, on
 The Retreat to Austerity: Osborne and Britain's Spending CutsThe Retreat to Austerity: Osborne and Britain's Spending Cuts by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The British feel that the world is watching.  Trimming (nay, slashing) the public sector, which will take money out of a shrunken economy rather than keep it circulating in the system, is something that the financial wizards of the Cameron go
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When Britain decided to stop spying on IndiaThe British were so unsure about intelligence sharing with post-independent India, its spy agencies decided to set up an unprecedented covert operation in the country but its agent
 A P.M with a mission impossibleA P.M with a mission impossible by Thanos Kalamidas
A few days ago, talking about the results of the British national elections I was talking about the old guard of the Labour Party that should reshape and regain control of a party that has been lost in the new-conservatism even though Tony Blair b
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Election race beginsPolitical leaders have headed off on the campaign trail after Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced the UK general election would be held on 6 May. He said he would seek a "clear" mandate to conti
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Brown admits defence budget did NOT rise every yearGordon Brown was forced to admit misleading the official inquiry into the Iraq war by insisting the defence budget had risen in real terms every year under Labour. In a huge b
 Shopping with Euro in UKShopping with Euro in UK by Thanos Kalamidas
One of the places I visited these last few weeks I was away it was London and the first thing that impressed me after nearly eight years I hadn’t been in the capital of the United Kingdom was …how cheap everything is. A few hours later
 A Crusade or Nothing: Brown and the BanksA Crusade or Nothing: Brown and the Banks by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
It is seen as punitive, a populist reaction.  There is little doubt that some people in the City end of London will think so.  But Gordon Brown’s government is intent on winning votes by ‘supertaxing’ banks, exercising
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UK soldier dies in Afghan rescue A UK paratrooper has died in a raid to free a captive reporter in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed. He was killed in a bid to rescue New York Times reporter Stephen Farrell. J
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 How not to interpret Anti-Americanism: 'America in the World'How not to interpret Anti-Americanism: 'America in the World' by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
 Rule Out BritanniaRule Out Britannia by Clint Wayne
It was with deep sadness and disgust that I learned this week of the demise of our historic symbol ‘Britannia’ as the Royal Mint announced that Gordon Brown’s last act before he left the Treasury, last year, was to personally app
 
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