Monthly Archives: "February 2015"

By: Paul Christian Sander (guest contributor) Paul Christian Sander is a Master of Philosophy (an MPhil) candidate in Russian and East European Studies at St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford.   Having read the headline of the present...

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Belfast

A Separate Peace?

February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

By: Katherine Karmen Trujillo (guest contributor) Katherine Karmen Trujillo is a master of laws (an LLM) candidate in gender, conflict, and human rights and a Mitchell Scholar at Ulster University.   This April marks seventeen years since the...

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By: Neil Dullaghan      “Economic immigration is a bad thing for Europe . . . We have to fight to change the rules in Brussels and not let unworldly rules be forced upon us”....

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By: Niels Goet Follow @NielsGoet     British politicians like to talk, and they like to do so even more when they can expect their remarks to be broadcast to the wider public. True, some...

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