Monthly Archives: April 2013

Apr 26 2013

When it comes to Palestine the EU’s grasp still exceeds its reach

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By Prof. Rory Miller, Professor of Middle East & Mediterranean Studies at King’s College London.   In a recent letter to Catherine Ashton, the EU’s foreign policy chief, nineteen former senior politicians and statesmen from across Europe called on the … Continue reading

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Apr 24 2013

The Quiet Collapse of the Italian Economy

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By LSE Blog Euro Crisis in the Press, Dr Roberto Orsi.   While attention on the Euro crisis has been focusing primarily on Greece and Cyprus, it is no mystery that Italy, alongside with Spain, constitutes the real challenge for … Continue reading

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Apr 19 2013

Modern Slavery: Why dehumanizing the ‘Other’ concerns all of us

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By Simone Datzberger, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of International Relations, LSE   On a continually shifting priority list of issues to be eradicated globally, modern slavery has slowly but steadily crept up a few places on the attention scale. Apart from … Continue reading

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