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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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The Longest Argument in History

Peru and Ecuador gained their independence at roughly the same time and from the same source—an aspect of the Spanish Empire called the Viceroyalty of Nueva Grenada. This occurred in 1824 for Peru and 1830 for Ecuador, both of which came about as the result of violent conflicts that occurred throughout South America as political […]



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The Development of Islam in Morocco and its Present Political Implications

Islam, as it developed over time, became a pocketed and tribal religion within the country of Morocco impacting modern day thought and representation of Islamic tolerance and understanding within the country. Throughout history there has never been one single perception of the religion and the country itself a served as the perfect breeding ground for […]



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A View from the Periphery: The Malaysian Judicial System

The Complexity of the Legal System in Malaysia      Certain characteristics distinguish Muslim societies located on the periphery of the Islam. These societies have had to adapt to their surroundings, typically in the midst of other religions, cultures, and traditions. Malaysia happens to be one of these territories located on the edge of the […]



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Islamic Integration in the European Union (Abstract)

Following the end of World War II, Continental Europe found itself struggling to rebuild after the largest war the modern world had ever seen.  Realizing that rebuilding nationally would only result in further conflict between the ruffled nations, the idea of a single, unified economic entity began to immerge as possible solution to prevent future […]



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