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British National Party : An investigation into the reasons for BNP’s success in European Parliament elections in June 2009 with reference to the UK’s immigration policy.
Conflict, Ethnicity and Religion in the Ivory Coast.
DEMOCRACY OR DISCOURSE: FAILURES OF THE DEMOCRATISATION PROCESS IN UKRAINE.
Has the misinterpretation of the conflict in the DRC and its root causes created the misimplementation of international intervention?
Is the UK too ‘soft’ on immigration policies?
Is ‘Third Way’ a political ideology in it’s own right or a modernisation of social democracy?
Poverty alienation through increased private sector or state control in Nigeria. What is the way forward?
Should the United Kingdom general election voting system be reformed in order to give the electorate more choice and accountability, and increase turnout?
Under what conditions did the European Union exhibit leadership in international climate change negotiations from 1992-1997, 1997-2005 and 2005-Copenhagen respectively?
What is the greatest threat to stability of contemporary non-democratic regimes?
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