Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sep 30 2013

The independence of Catalonia: jumping on a bandwagon

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By Jose Javier Olivas is an LSE Fellow and Associate to the Southern Europe International Affairs Programme of LSE IDEAS. This post first appeared on the LSE Blog Euro Crisis in the Press.   On 11 September 2013 hundreds of thousands … Continue reading

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Sep 9 2013

A wind-shift waiting to happen: the haze problem in Southeast Asia

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By Malcolm H. Murfett, Associate Professor in the Department of History, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Associate of the Cold War Studies Programme, LSE IDEAS.     As Singapore gears up for its glittering F1 carnival on 22 September … Continue reading

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Sep 6 2013

Might Assad Want US Intervention in Syria?

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By Dr Nicholas Kitchen, Research Officer in Global Power and the Gulf and Editor in Chief of LSE IDEAS.     “We don’t know exactly why it happened,” a US intelligence official told Foreign Policy. “We just know it was … Continue reading

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