2014

Scottish voters have prevented a serious debate about Trident

Scottish voters have prevented a serious debate about Trident

Posted by sb661 at Sep 24, 2014 12:00 AM |

Dr Andrew Futter discusses on The Conversation, if Scotland had voted Yes, we might have been forced to rethink our relationship with nuclear weapons. No such luck.

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Make no mistake: independence will be back as an issue

Make no mistake: independence will be back as an issue

Posted by sb661 at Sep 24, 2014 12:00 AM |

Dr Meryl Kenny discusses how the independence issue may potentially return

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The Scottish Independence Referendum – A Vote for Change

The Scottish Independence Referendum – A Vote for Change

Posted by sb661 at Sep 19, 2014 12:00 AM |

Dr Meryl Kenny discusses on The Conversation on 19th September The Scottish Independence Referendum result.

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“Should Scotland remain part of the United Kingdom?”

“Should Scotland remain part of the United Kingdom?”

Posted by sb661 at Sep 16, 2014 12:00 AM |

Psychologist Andrew Colman questions the poor wording of the Scottish independence referendum ballot paper.

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Explainer: when does a conflict become a war?

Explainer: when does a conflict become a war?

Posted by sb661 at Sep 01, 2014 12:00 AM |

Professor Katja Ziegler explains the common question from recent reports about a Russian invasion in Ukraine on the Caspian Sea; When does a conflict become a war?

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For the world, a stitch in time saves nine; ignoring ISIS would mean one year’s seeds, seven year’s weeds.

For the world, a stitch in time saves nine; ignoring ISIS would mean one year’s seeds, seven year’s weeds.

Posted by sb661 at Aug 19, 2014 09:45 AM |

Karzan Karim, Regional Head, Middle East Operations discusses the threat of ISIS in Iraq.

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