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The Economist endorsed David Cameron: The British Conservative Party, the obvious choice for an indebted Britain!

May 7, 2010 by


Article Written By Rémy-Christophe Mariotti I come to contemporary British politics a neophyte.  Not only is this Prime Ministerial election my first venture into the vast and fascinating world of politics in the UK, but heretofore my knowledge of the subject was limited to my youthful enfatuation with the Baroness Thatcher and a few architectural […]

A Case of Stolen Identity: the African Continent

May 3, 2010 by


Article Written By Rémy-Christophe Mariotti It is a rare occurrence indeed when I openly admit to being in agreement with Muammar Qaddafi. But this is exactly what happened to me when I read G. Pascal Zachary’s article “Africa Needs a New Map,” in Foreign Policy Magazine. It would seem that Libya’s flamboyant Colonel-leader, who was […]