Europe

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Russia on the Rise

By Javan Latson The world was shocked on Christmas of 1991, as the hammer and sickle was lowered for the last time in the Kremlin. After a series of relatively peaceful events throughout Eastern Europe…


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Brexit: What happens now?

By Bella Jones and Gabrielle Timm On June 23rd, Britain held a historic referendum to decide whether to remain in the European Union and 52% of the British public decided to leave the European Union…



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Britain’s EU Negotiations

By Daria Berstell The United Kingdom’s future membership in the European Union has, in recent years, come into question, with “Brexit” – Britain leaving the EU, becoming increasingly probable. In 2013, in a bid to…



Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street, London, for a private audience with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, as one of the most closely-contested general elections for decades formally gets under way today, with David Cameron accusing Labour of planning a £3,000 tax hike for every working family.. Picture date: Monday March 30, 2015. See PA story ELECTION Main. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Britain and the Future of Human Rights

By Issie Sagraves In 1215, a group of revolutionary English barons met to create a document that would transform the nature of civil liberties. The Magna Carta limited the power of the monarchy in order…



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Europe’s Other Migration Problem

By Christopher Zhang Imagine a place where you can travel between almost two dozen countries with no visa requirements and no passport and find work in any of them with minimal regulations. This dream is…