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'18Aug
06

Not all successful markets are free

I was dumbfounded. I'd already resigned from the economics faculty at La Trobe University where I was senior tutor in economic history. Plans were well under way to move myself and my life to Canberra, a city I had...
'18Aug
05

The Kanpo: Where everything in Japan goes to happen (officially)

If you have studied the recent history of Japan, you probably know World War II ended for the nation on Aug. 15, 1945, when Emperor Hirohito made his famous radio broadcast announcing Japan’s unconditional...
'18Aug
05

The Kanpo: Where everything in Japan goes to happen (officially)

If you have studied the recent history of Japan, you probably know World War II ended for the nation on Aug. 15, 1945, when Emperor Hirohito made his famous radio broadcast announcing Japan’s unconditional...
'18May
16

Israel faces diplomatic fallout

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel faced a growing backlash yesterday and new charges of using excessive force, a day after Israeli troops firing from across a border fence killed 59 Palestinians and wounded more...
'18May
04

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias’ interview with Alexis Papachelas on SKAI TV’s “Istories” (Tuesday, 1 May 2018)

A. PAPACHELAS: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, I’m Alexis Papahelas. Welcome to Istories. Tonight we have the pleasure and honour of having the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias with us here in our...
'18Apr
19

#DiplomaticCentennial Dan Stoenescu: Tunisia, a window of civilization of the Arab world in Northern Africa

#DiplomaticCentennial Dan Stoenescu: Tunisia, a window of civilization of the Arab world in Northern Africa.Tunisia, the country where the spark began, which ignited the series of Arab revolutions in 2011, is a...
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