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Eurozone’s ‘Flower Children’ Have Been the Lucky Generation

The Hippie Flower

The independence long sought by the '60s generation is coming to fruition now, while for today's younger generation things are much harder. Read More »

Are We Losing The Charm of Pig Slaughter?

Are quaint pig festivals a thing of the past? Read More »

Reflections on the Future of Capitalism – Or the Scavenger Hunt

Rats abandoning the sinking ship used to be an apt metaphor, but I’m afraid our once respected banking industry has raised it a notch better: while at it, why not sell what remains for scrap? Read More »

Has Yemen Turned into Another Libya?

A look at Yemen and its president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, on the brink. Read More »

China Worries More for EU’s Growth Than for Its Own People

China's interest in European financial stability rather than in improving the living standards and purchasing capacity of its own people will push it into chaos. Read More »

Reviews in Brief: Ten Years On by Dr Lee Rotherham

Dr Rotherham conjectures about the effect of the UK exit from the EU. Read More »

UN: UK Takeover of Turks and Caicos Islands a Clear Move in the Wrong Direction

UK asked to step down from control of Turks and Caicos Islands and support newly elected government Read More »

Elections Herald New Political Landscape in Europe

Early results suggest that Europe is moving in a much more conservative direction. Read More »