Posts by brettwalton

Viva La Revolution?

Since his article in a recent edition of the New Statesman and an interview with Jeremy Paxman that followed, Russell

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How Much Will Money Talk in Tbilisi?

After ten years of change and reform, the Rose Revolution could well be over for Georgia and its people. Having

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Mission Not Accomplished… Yet

After 16 tense days, as America teeters on the edge of the fiscal cliff, congress has finally passed a bilateral

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US Government Shutdown – Choose Your Side: Democrat or Republican

After losing the House of Representatives to the Republicans in last year’s election, Barack Obama was always going to find

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The Westgate Shopping Centre Siege – an Attack on Freedom, Society and the Future

Shopping malls across Africa offer a multitude of representation for the masses of African society: the rich’ the poor and

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Syrian Decommissioning: What Next?

Yesterday was a day of revelation in the ongoing crisis in Syria. Firstly, it seems despite denying so (and still

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Good Politics or Commons’ Sense to Vote ‘no’ on Syria?

It seemed for a brief moment that William Hague was finally going to get his wish of military action towards

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Uncertain And Dangerous Times Ahead For Egypt

Just 19 months after the revolution that toppled President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt the North African country has become a

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