Changing political economics in Europe: Leaving the energy mark

By

Anant Mishra

Introduction

The much talked of European Energy policy–or “European Energy Union” was always in the minds of heads of European Union member states. But due to their lack of lack of political will, the idea did not proceed. That has now changed and “once deliberately discussed in EU parliament” is heading to become a policy.

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Hamas is fighting the legitimate struggle for Palestinian self-determination

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By

Rupen Savoulian

 

We today reproduce an important article from September 2014 which can be read in line with the events of today

The Islamic Resistance Movement – ‘Hamas‘ the abbreviation from the Arabic – has constituted the democratically elected government of the Palestinian territories since January 2006. It swept to power in that year, winning a majority of seats in the Palestinian parliament, amidst recognition of the failure of the traditional secular nationalist Palestinian parties, in particular the Fatah party which had dominated the Palestinian leadership for decades.

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Nigeria after 2015: Regressing or moving forward?

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Change was the enchanting statement of the masses in Nigeria at the last general election. A radical, ideological, emotional and poltical movement of the masses was implemented, clamouring for a new regime and a new breed of politicians to oust the past administration for the next four years in power.

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