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The cost of betrayal: what Europe stands to lose by turning their backs on Iran

The cost of betrayal: what Europe stands to lose by turning their backs on Iran

The EU has been on a collision course with Iran despite European leaders’ former promises that they would not to adhere to the terms of Trump’s sanctions package.
The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?

The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?

Brazil and Mexico, which, unlike the rest of Latin America, are the two countries that in turn have experienced a significant turnaround in the last elections
Is FETO planning a coup d’etat in the Ghuzz Turks homeland?

Is FETO planning a coup d’etat in the Ghuzz Turks homeland?

Over the past few decades, the ideas of Turkish preacher, writer and political figure Muhammed Fethullah Gülen have grown in popularity in Turkey, its neighboring countries, in the EU, the United States, and even the former USSR.
The Return of the Right and the ‘Trumpification’ of Latin America

The Return of the Right and the ‘Trumpification’ of Latin America

Jair Bolsonaro’s victory in Brazil and US President Donald Trump’s rush to congratulate the like-minded President-elect, has triggered a debate on the rise of “Trumpism” in Latin American politics.
Amid scandal and strife, a divided America heads into midterm elections 2018

Amid scandal and strife, a divided America heads into midterm elections 2018

As Democrats seek to regain control over the House, Republicans have the potential to control the house, senate, presidency and supreme court following the elections...
The U.S. Midterm Election: A Convenient Context

The U.S. Midterm Election: A Convenient Context

Midterms 2018: the context of the elections
The US vs the Latin American anti-globalist front

The US vs the Latin American anti-globalist front

John Bolton recently referred to Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua as a “three tyrants” and announced that sanctions would be imposed against all three...
Rat-Race in Heels: Bourgeois Feminism is Not Progressive

Rat-Race in Heels: Bourgeois Feminism is Not Progressive

Last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 826 into law. The legislation mandates that by the end of 2021, all publicly traded companies headquartered in California must include a minimum of two women on five-member boards of directors and a minimum of three women on boards with six or more members
The Brazilian elections, Kavanaugh, the Referendum in Romania – Weekly Outcomes

The Brazilian elections, Kavanaugh, the Referendum in Romania – Weekly Outcomes

Weekly outcomes - the Brazilian elections, Kavanaugh, the Referendum in Romania – Weekly Outcomes
China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world 

China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world 

Analysts who follow global geopolitical trends frequently come across the phrase: “the 21st century belongs to China”. To lend credibility to the claim, they often mention China’s $1 trillion “one belt, one road” initiative. Through this huge initiative, China is supporting infrastructureprojects in strategically-located developing countries while extending loans for those projects.
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