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The EU: Like Building a Cathedral

Will the “cathedral” – aka the EU – ever be completed? Is it worth the effort? Or might it fall down and bankrupt its builders?

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India’s Noxious Cow Politics

“Cow vigilantilism” has become a threat to India’s communal harmony.

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EU-UK Migration: Home Away From Home No More?

The departing UK is one of the largest host countries of internal EU migrants.

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Demographics of a Post-Brexit Europe

After Brexit is completed, the EU will lose one of its biggest contributors to favorable demographics.

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A (Global) March for Science Against Trump’s “War on Science”

Trump has had a noticeable effect on scientific institutions. To prevent being slaughtered by him one by one, they are getting politically active.

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Post-Brexit Europe: Population and Economic Policy

For the EU, Brexit means a shift toward smaller countries and less free-market countries.

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EU After Brexit: Like 20 Fewer Economies

The drop from EU-28 to EU-27 will be a big one in terms of GDP lost.

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American Royals: Rise of the Trump Monarchy

Thanks to Donald Trump’s dynastic planning, the United States will finally beat the British at the royalty glitz game.

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France: Mélenchon for President?

A run-off between the far right and the far left candidates would be a choice between bad and ugly for France and Europe.

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May Snap Election: A Move Toward British Disunification

The big winner of the upcoming UK snap election will be three nationalisms – English, Scottish and Irish republican.

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