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While the West thinks Russia is fighting a war with Ukraine, and Moscow calls the conflict a ‘civil war’, civilians

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A mock customs post is set up at Ravensdale, Co Louth, as anti-Brexit campaigners highlight concerns about the impact on

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We have a love-hate relationship with presidents. Our challenges are so entrenched, it’s easy to think that only a strong POTUS

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For years after the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991, and especially the Ossetian-Ingush conflict of 1992, North Ossetian

GOODFest: The Southern Poverty Law Center on Why We Need Love-Based Charities Now More Than Ever

As much as we love getting lit af, GOODFest is nothing without its causes. They’re fundamental to our mission of

What Now?

The Titanic. That’s how a colleague described the election tonight. Hillary Clinton, we believed, was an unsinkable campaign. Perfect? No. But

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Germany's demographic challenge

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Rule Britannia

This is a critical moment for democracy in this country. We are in the midst of a structural, political and

Kanye West Let Out A Cry For Help, We Just Weren’t Listening

When Kanye West speaks up, we listen. When he falls down, we sit up and take notice. While the last