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Slovakia's official candidate for member of the new European Commission (EC) for the 2014-19 period is Maros Sefcovic, who has served as Commission for Intergovernmental Relations and Administration since 2009. "We expect that Maros Sefcovic will at
Sections Taking American leadership back from political elites Username Taking American leadership back from political elites June 18 at 11:42 AM (The Washington Post) As the country takes stock of its political leadership in the build-up to 2016, it'
There's a tendency for researchers to study only leftist movements, but a new book co-edited by UC Merced sociology professor Nella Van Dyke analyzes the tea party movement...It appeared so suddenly and exploded onto the American political scene, it'
Slovakia (AP) Political newcomer Andrej Kiska has been inaugurated as Slovakia's new president. The successful 51-year-old businessman-turned-philanthropist was elected to the largely ceremonial post in March. It handed an embarrassing defeat to his
M If reverse flow capacity was non-existent and no incoming gas came from Ukraine, Slovakia would still be able to last without difficulties until October solely on reserves, Prime Minister Robert Fico said during Question Time in Parliament on
The eyes of ambitious Labour wannabes are focusing on Bootle, on Merseyside, where the long-serving MP, Joe Benton, has hit a spot of bother with his local party...Incredibly, that would make him only the fourth oldest Labour MP in the post 2015
Does media coverage of issues like immigration, the economy and political scandal exacerbate or merely reflect citizens' dissatisfaction with politics? Front National in France, the PVV in the Netherlands, and the Finns Party in Finland. (Podcast 95
An evangelical Christian university in the US has defended a move to strengthen its creationist ethos, even outlawing theories of partial evolution. Bryan College, in Tennessee, is being sued by two former professors over a new statement of belief
Labour and the European left need to rethink socialism A sense of national insecurity is breeding national populism as in the 1930s Ed Miliband speaks to journalists outside his house in north London a day after the local council elections.
Former Union minister Manish Tewari believes industry and the middle-class turned against Congress when the Manmohan Singh government continued with populism despite a nose-diving economy, allowing Narendra Modi to corner the two critical blocs which