Tag Archives: Political philosophy

22Apr/17

Voters uncertain 24 hours before first round of French presidential election

With some 24 hours left to pick their candidate in the first round of the French presidential election, voters in Paris say many issues will be difficult to solve regardless of who wins the tight race.
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16Apr/17

Turkish opposition complains of “illegal acts” in referendum

Turkey’s main opposition complains of “illegal acts” in the referendum as Diyarbakir election officials, under tight security, carry ballots to the electoral board for official canvassing.

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10Feb/17

French Polynesia to host world’s first floating city

A fully autonomous floating city was once just a libertarian fantasy, but is now just a few years shy of becoming reality.
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09Feb/17

UK Parliament delivers no confidence vote in FA

UK Parliament passes vote of no confidence in English FA, says they must be open to reform

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08Dec/16

25 years after Maastricht, European Union in existential crisis

Twenty-five years after European leaders concluded the Maastricht agreement on the funding of the ‘European Union,’ new challenges threaten the 28-member bloc.

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08Nov/16

Latino voters hope to make a difference in election

With a jump in Latino registration and early voting, Hispanic voters hope to make a difference in United States election.

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17Sep/16

Millennials lead private media opening in Cuba

Cuba’s state media monopoly is under assault as web-based news outlets challenge official news on the island nation.

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20Jul/15

Cuban flag raised at embassy in Washington

(REUTERS) – The Cuban flag was raised at Havana’s embassy in Washington, DC, at 10:30 a.m. (1430 GMT) for the first time in 54 years on Monday (July 20).
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02Jul/15

Foreign tourists say “Cuban ethos” may fade with American influx

(REUTERS / RESTRICTED POOL) – Hundreds of thousands of U.S. tourists may soon descend on Cuba’s colonial cities.

…Because the United States and Cuba have formally agreed to restore diplomatic relations on July 20.
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25Jun/15

Kerry: U.S., China committed to cyber code of conduct

(R Reports) – The United States and China on Wednesday (June 24) said they would develop a code of conduct for state behavior in cyberspace.
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