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The Tourism Industry in the EU

Tourism is, on the whole, an underappreciated industry. Tourists are more or less tolerated by the inhabitants of the cities and countries that they visit, but they really are a necessary part of today’s society. Tourism “brings social inclusion and understanding in a way no other industry does” (Gollan). Not only is this important for […]



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Vielvolkerstaat- Shifting our World

Vielvolkerstaat is a German word meaning multi-ethnic state. According to political scientist Christoph Schnellbach of Oldenburg University in Germany, a Vielvolkerstaat or multi-ethnic state is a territorially limited political sovereignty comprising of two or more nations and whose members, including all people, are granted the equal right or legal status even at a the lowest […]



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Should the United Kingdom Leave the EU?

On June 23, the people of the United Kingdom will vote on whether or not the United Kingdom will stay in the European Union. The movement, known as “Brexit,” was started by the United Kingdom Independence Party. The nation is divided on the issue. Conservatives want to see the United Kingdom leave and have more […]



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The European Union’s influence on Soccer

The Premier League is centered in the United Kingdom (UK) and is the most popular soccer league in the world. This is largely due to European players having the ability to play there thanks to the Free Movement Article set down by the European Union (EU). If Brexit (the UK’s departure from the EU) were […]



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Brexit: A Small Word with Big Consequences

Brexit is term that can be seen floating all over European current news.  While it’s a seemingly simple word, the power behind its meaning holds major ramifications for Britain, Europe and the world as a whole. Among issues facing the European Union, of which there are many, a few stick out like sore thumbs. The […]



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