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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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Pop Politics in the U.K.

The relationship between popular media and the United Kingdom has evolved drastically since the midpoint of the 20th century, undermining national goals in favor of a supranationalist culture, while maintaining a close association with local authority and regional taste. This can be evidentiary of broader interactions between media and the ever closer union of Europe. […]



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