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SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
SA’s crisis needs a democratic resolution
In April and May 2014, more than 200‑million people in India voted for the alliance of parties led by Narendra Modi, a man who has been regularly...
Divided over Brexit, Northern Ireland marks year with no government
Divided over Brexit, Northern Ireland marks year with no government
Racked by tensions over Brexit, Northern Ireland is now on the brink of direct rule by civil servants in London after the province's semi-autonomous government collapsed a year ago on Tuesday....
Brexit rebel MPs compromise with UK goverment over key bill
Brexit rebel MPs compromise with UK goverment over key bill
British Prime Minister Theresa May was set to avoid a damaging parliamentary defeat after rebels in her party appeared to strike a compromise over...
Old-world diction, flawed punditry and the fight for Zimbabwe’s future
Old-world diction, flawed punditry and the fight for Zimbabwe’s future
Words and phrases aren’t empty vessels – they carry the weight of human experience, and the hopes they generate help to set actual agendas.
EU denies Brexit dinner report where British PM pleaded for help
EU denies Brexit dinner report where British PM pleaded for help
EU officials on Monday denied a German newspaper report saying a "tortured" British Prime Minister Theresa May pleaded with EU Commission chief...
After Brexit vote, hate crimes are on the rise
After Brexit vote, hate crimes are on the rise
The number of hate crimes against Britons of ethnic or religious minorities soared around the time the UK voted to quit the European Union and in...
May warns 'ball in EU's court' as Brexit talks resume
May warns 'ball in EU's court' as Brexit talks resume
Brexit negotiations enter a critical round on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May saying the ball is in the EU's court, but the bloc...
Britain's Labour Party and the ANC: why the stark contrast of fortunes?
Britain's Labour Party and the ANC: why the stark contrast of fortunes?
Compare the state of two political parties which share a close past connection but which today face distinctly different futures. I’m referring...
British PM gathers ministers ahead of Brexit speech
British PM gathers ministers ahead of Brexit speech
British Prime Minister Theresa May gathered her ministers Thursday on the eve of a major speech on Brexit, seeking to restore cabinet unity after a...
Brexit bill passes first vote in British parliament
Brexit bill passes first vote in British parliament
Britain's parliament has backed a second reading of legislation to sever ties with the European Union.
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
The United Kingdom goes to the polls today in a landmark election after an extraordinary election campaign. Since the snap ballot was called in...
May’s poll bombshell a shrewd move
May’s poll bombshell a shrewd move
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Tuesday that she is engineering a snap general election for June 8, with Brexit being the primary...

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