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By Anthony Chibarirwe, from December 21, 2014 in Analysis »
A status quo Germany has maintained for almost 60 years is changing in response to modern-day security challenges.
By Robert Morley, from December 18, 2014 in Analysis »
Can institutionalizing racism to solve a ‘racism’ problem really work?
By Callum Wood, from December 16, 2014 in Analysis »
Wake up, Australia. Your immigration policy is not working.
November’s elections in the U.S. brought Republicans big victories. Has hope and change finally come to America? 
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from December 14, 2014 in Analysis »
From the fringes to the mainstream
Germany: a country with a grown-up foreign policy 
What do you think would make you happier in the long term: winning the lottery—or permanently losing use of your legs in an accident? The answer may surprise you. 
Thoughts on the public debate over corporal punishment
By Callum Wood, from December 8, 2014 in Analysis »
Iran takes an openly dominant role in the Middle East.
And it is already changing the world.