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Relations between France and Lebanon have historically been fairly solid, with the two countries ostensibly working together to fight corruption and establish the rule of law. Continue reading Macron’s political intervention in Lebanon does not go far enough
Westminster’s centralised grip on power is breaking up the United Kingdom – but there are other ways to run the country, and our European neighbours are leading the way. Continue reading The UK is broken. But we can learn from decentralised countries like Belgium.
Wild Polio’s eradication from Africa was rightly hailed as a huge success. Soon it may be eliminated from Pakistan and Afghanistan, the last two endemic countries. Continue reading Polio eradication – a narrow-sighted success for Africa
Healthcare in the US is unanimously regarded as a fundamental human right. Yet, we’ve not been able to guarantee healthcare to everyone. Continue reading Coronavirus has exposed the shortfalls of the US healthcare system
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“We have the opportunity to call for peace, act on the climate crisis, and stimulate our economies all at the same time”, writes Delaware Senate Primary candidate Jess Scarane. Continue reading Jess Scarane: Delaware needs a new Senator committed to creating a better, anti-war future
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The trail of destruction following the Government’s decision to triple university tuition fees in 2012 grows longer each year. Continue reading Punishing young people is no longer a strategy for solving Britain’s problems
The arguments against Canada remaining a constitutional monarchy keep piling higher and higher. Continue reading It’s time for Canada to abandon the monarchy