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Britain Feature: Government to Top University — Non-UK Academics Barred from Brexit Analysis

    Britain Feature: Government to Top University — Non-UK Academics Barred from Brexit Analysis

PHOTO: London School of Economics — “We are standing firm to our principles of valuing our truly international community of scholars”

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Italy Audio Analysis: Will Rome’s Referendum Further Unsettle Europe?

    Italy Audio Analysis: Will Rome’s Referendum Further Unsettle Europe?

PHOTO: Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi

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Britain Analysis: Cameron’s Legacy — Domestic Success, but Failure in Europe and Beyond

    Britain Analysis: Cameron’s Legacy — Domestic Success, but Failure in Europe and Beyond

Theresa May makes her first speech to the Conservative Party as UK Prime Minister on Tuesday. But what of her predecessor David Cameron, who resigned after his referendum gamble backfired

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Britain & Europe Analysis: 4 Europeans to Watch in the Brexit Negotiations

    Britain & Europe Analysis: 4 Europeans to Watch in the Brexit Negotiations

PHOTO: Chief European Union negotiator Michel Barnier

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Britain Analysis: The Problems for Jeremy Corbyn and the Opposition Labor Party

    Britain Analysis: The Problems for Jeremy Corbyn and the Opposition Labor Party

On Saturday, Jeremy Corbyn retained the leadership of Britain’s opposition Labour Party despite a sustained, often bitter challenge by winning 62% of the vote in an election challenge. But, as

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Britain Analysis: Refugees —- London Fails the “Test of Our Humanity”

  Britain Analysis: Refugees —- London Fails the “Test of Our Humanity”

PHOTO: These Britons call for a welcome for refugees — but the Government is not listening (Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA)

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Catalonia Interview: “Young People Want to Break Away from a State Rooted in Dictatorship”

  Catalonia Interview: “Young People Want to Break Away from a State Rooted in Dictatorship”

In the latest of our interviews about the quest of many Catalans for independence from Spain, 16-year-old student Judith Tortajada

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Britain Analysis: Brexit Could Break the Civil Service

  Britain Analysis: Brexit Could Break the Civil Service

PHOTO: “The challenge of administering Brexit is of an altogether different magnitude for UK’s civil servants” (Matthew Dixon/Shutterstock)

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Catalonia Interview: After National Day Celebrations, The Complications Start

  Catalonia Interview: After National Day Celebrations, The Complications Start

Mathew Barton, an English teacher resident in Catalonia since 2002, speaks to EA WorldView’s Digital Media Editor Ellis Palmer Babe

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Europe Analysis: Cyprus and the “States Which Are Not Exactly States”

  Europe Analysis: Cyprus and the “States Which Are Not Exactly States”

PHOTO: Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades (left) and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci (right) with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, January

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Catalonia Interview: “Hitting the Political Accelerator” for Independence

  Catalonia Interview: “Hitting the Political Accelerator” for Independence

PHOTO: Diada March in Barcelona on Catalan Independence Day, September 11, 2016

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