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The weight of history hangs over elections in Nigeria

The upcoming March 28 presidential elections in Nigeria are expected to be the most contested in the nation’s history. As election day approaches, the world is given a revealing look at the challenges facing Africa’s largest country today. The electoral candidates are incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), which has been […]

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Posted in Africa, World

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The Modern Education System: The Wrong Way To Learn

It is widely believed that the most influential era ever to be blessed by the infinite capacities of the human brain was the Industrial Revolution. With the world revolving around the sudden purge of development, everything began to be constituted along the blueprint of the infrastructure of the Industrial Revolution. The process of standardizing all […]

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Posted in Culture, Economics, Education, Europe, Global Economy

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San Remo

San Remo has the air of an ageing actress, once renowned for a glamour which has long since evaporated. It was once a favourite destination for the more glittering classes of Western Europe, escaping the cold of their homes to while away the winter months under the soft sun of the Riveria. Reminders of this […]

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Posted in Culture, Europe


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Distinguished Scholar lecture in the School of IR - Cynthia Enloe on Feminist Thinking in an Age of #Trump. Tues at 5pm in School II. pic.twitter.com/c0iqPKbZdJ

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