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How do Russians Feel About America's Headline Politicians?   With the anti-Russia rhetoric spewing forth from the mainstream media in the United States, it's starting to look like Part II of the Cold War is upon us, particularly if the presidential glass ceiling is broken this fall.  With that in mind, I wanted to take a look at a survey on

Turkey’s autocratic president, Recep Erdogan, wants us to extradite Fethullah Gulen, the Muslim cleric and cult leader now living in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania, for allegedly stirring up the recent coup attempt.

Meanwhile, one of Erdogan’s emissaries, a little earlier,

Brexit Does Anyone Win?    As June 23 looms closer and closer and Britain makes the ultimate decision whether it should stay in the European Union or go it alone, a recent thorough analysis by Holger Breinlich, Swati Dhingra, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the

The Swiss have overwhelmingly rejected a referendum that would have guaranteed a basic minimum income to every adult (approximately $2,500 monthly) and child ($625 monthly) in the nation — whether or not they are employed.

News media such as the BBC have shown and described supporters

Sanctions on Russia An Unintended Consequence   As we all know, thanks to Russia's involvement in Ukraine, the United States government imposed a series of sanctions, one of which included the importation of one of the world's best known firearms, the AK-47.   Currently, the AK-47 assault rifle is manufactured by Kalashnikov
Pope Calls To End Death Penalty All Over The World
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Speaking from Vatican City on Sunday, Pope Francis called to end the death penalty worldwide. NBC News reports the pontiff explained the commandment "You shall not kill" was absolute and equally valid for the guilty as for the
Why This Princess Is Back On Trial In Spain
Photo: Antony Jones/Julian Parker/Mark Cuthbert/UK Press/ Getty Images.  
Update: Infanta Cristina returned to court Tuesday, after losing a bid to get her case thrown out. Her attorneys argued unsuccessfully that she should face a tax evasion fine, not criminal

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