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Published: Aug 30 , 2018
Author: Robin Copland

The Caspian Sea is the sea that isn’t. It is landlocked and does not drain into the ocean, so it really should be called the Caspian Lake. Big lake, mind you, but there we are. The five countries surrounding the Sea, Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan, Russia and Kazahkstan have just recently signed a convention ending twenty years of dispute that has hindered the exploitation of the Caspian’s oil and gas reserves. Russia’s President Putin hailed the convention as “an important moment” and “a major landmark event for all our countries. “We have signed a convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea. This is...

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Published: Apr 26 , 2018
Author: Apostolos Korlos

Finishing a Marathon is a life’s dream for a runner. Thousands of amateur athletes live for the moment of crossing the finishing line of one of the hundreds of marathons organized around the world. The marathon, as any other demanding competition, requires serious and long-term preparation and specialized assistance from experts. Below are some of the most useful tips to finish a marathon and how these can help a negotiator in his work. 1. "Know your route. Find out every kilometer, every hill, every downhill " Take...

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Published: Jan 18 , 2018
Author: Stephen White

Should foreign aid be traded for domestic support? Just before Christmas, when almost every member of the United Nations voted in favour of a resolution condemning the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to move its embassy there, President Trump retaliated: ’We’ll save a lot. We don’t care. But this isn’t like it used to be where they could vote against you and then you pay them hundreds of millions of dollars. We’re not going to be taken advantage of any longer’. On...

Published: Oct 28 , 2011
Author: Robin Copland

In the Daily Telegraph of 2 October 2011, Robert Winnett, the newspaper’s deputy political editor, wrote an interesting short piece about David Cameron’s potential future plans for the UK’s long-term relationship with the European Union. For those who live outwith the UK, the Daily Telegraph is a right of centre “quality” newspaper, read in the main by a middle class audience, most of whom would be supporters of the Conservative party. It would be fair to describe it as “euro-sceptic” and it is famously against any more power leakage from the UK to Europe...

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I’m fascinated by how brands can make us feel. The intensity of that feeling, what drives it and how long it can last. The infamous ones in my experience include IKEA. Nothing makes my blood curdle more than the indignity of being herded around the labyrinth of their Wembley store, before you land in the cattle market of the queuing system. Great for your...

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