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An open-ended dream
It is to the vibrant cultural scene of cosmopolitan Alexandria, home to a melting pot of nationalities and ethnicities and to the poets, writers,
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Thursday 18th of October 2018
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America’s Ongoing Civil War
Racial politics in the United States, both before and after the end of slavery, has blocked the emergence of a class politics that would unite poor
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Wednesday 17th of October 2018
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Into the Brexit Labyrinth
After a year and a half of negotiations with the European Union, the British government is no closer to a divorce agreement than it was when it
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Monday 15th of October 2018
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People vs. Money in America’s Midterm Elections
We will soon find out whether US voters matter more than the money flowing into the Republican Party’s coffers. America’s political and
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Friday 12th of October 2018
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Germany’s Socialism of Fools
By adopting a program based on "identity and solidarity," Germany's far-right AfD is harking back to classic National Socialism. It
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Thursday 11th of October 2018
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Who Wins in Trump’s Trade War?
US President Donald Trump has set the scene for an escalating trade confrontation with China, with all of its weighty and unforeseeable
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Tuesday 9th of October 2018
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China, Japan, and Trump’s America
Japan's anxieties about Donald Trump's "America First" orientation and protectionist policies are not surprising. When two
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Friday 5th of October 2018
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Democratizing Brexit
Democracy can never aspire to being more than a work in progress, and decisions made collectively must constantly be reappraised collectively in
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Wednesday 3rd of October 2018
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Fiscal Freedom in the Eurozone?
Italy's draft budget is the latest evidence that the EU fiscal framework, according to which national budgets are supposed to comply with
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Tuesday 2nd of October 2018
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Present at the Destruction
As world leaders gathered in New York this week for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, it was clear to most that the post-war
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Friday 28th of September 2018
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Justice or Democracy in Brazil?
Brazilian authorities have banned former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva from running for reelection, owing to a corruption conviction.
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Thursday 27th of September 2018
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The Left Will Decide Poland’s Future
Poland's ruling Law and Justice Party has long been the beneficiary of political infighting among the country's divided opposition parties.
date Foundation of Scientific Studies   Tuesday 25th of September 2018
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