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The author has worked and lived in Venezuela during the current crisis, and later along the refugee route in Colombia. Working, walking and hitchhiking...

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By: Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) On June 5, 2018, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), declared that it would accept the...

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After the Brexit dust had settled, it looked as though Barack Obama’s prophetic warning that the UK "would be at the back of the...

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By: Luka Zucic (Guest Writer) In spite of the rise and growing influence of international organisations and supranational institutions, such as the United Nations and...

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Climate change has become a pressing issue on the global agenda. For African countries this issue has a very high priority, as their environment...

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When Emmanuel Macron triumphed in the May presidential elections in France, his victory became a symbol of a new refusal to the populist radical...

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