Britain & Europe: New Bottle, Same Wine

‘The European peoples do not want a supranational authority to impose agreements … in every respect we are closer to our kinsmen in Australia and New Zealand on the far side of the world than we are to Europe’. These insular and somewhat arrogant words were written by the ruling…

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Searching for Global Security Architecture: Five Reasons Why 2010 is Crucial Turning Point

The fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the subsequent reunification of Germany were followed by the quick dissolution of the Warsaw Pact. Mikhail Gorbachev timely withdrew his support from the collapsing GDR. In June 1989, the former Soviet leader stated in Bonn, where he received a rapturous…

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Tips Meeting held at ISF Headquarters

T-learning to Improve Professional Skills for Inter-Cultural Dialogue Exploration Μeeting Report  An exploration meeting was held by our organization, the International Security Forum (ISF) at its headquarters in Lefkosia, Cyprus. The meeting took place on 15th of September 2009. A number of issues regarding the use of Tips course were…

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Blair: The Worm in Europe’s Apple

Ever since the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957, Britain has been doing its subtle and sometimes not so subtle best (viz. Thatcher) to weaken Europe, and reduce it to a large and floppy business club with no political balls of its own. Indeed, at the EEC’s inception,…

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