Posted on 30/04/2011 by matisak
The ceremony of beatification of the late Pope John Paul II (1920 – 2005) will take place tomorrow in Rome.
Filed under: History, Society | Tagged: Brian Porter-Szűcs, Catholic Church, Communism, History, John Pau II, Religion, Society, Steven Avella | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 28/04/2011 by matisak
Few experts have shared with me their thoughts on the British Royal Family, democracy, society and politics in the United Kingdom.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Society, UK politics | Tagged: Bill Jones, British Monarchy, Eunice Goes, Europe, Gëzim Alpion, George Jones, Philip Williamson, Politics, Royal Wedding, UK politics, UK society, United Kingdom | 1 Comment »
Posted on 27/04/2011 by matisak
Perhaps both. And his thrill seeking can maybe contribute on science.
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Posted on 25/04/2011 by matisak
Despite the strength of the regime’s tools of suppression, it is still uncertain as to whether the Assad regime will survive.
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Posted on 24/04/2011 by matisak
Posted on 22/04/2011 by matisak
By Gëzim Alpion, Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Birmingham.
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Posted on 17/04/2011 by matisak
Thousand of Croats protested against the ICTY verdict as Gen. Ante Gotovina was sentenced to 24 years in jail on for atrocities against Serbs committed during Operation Storm in 1995.
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Ante Gotovina, Balkans, Croatia, Eric Gordy, Europe, European Union, ICTY, Politics, Robert English, War | 10 Comments »
Posted on 10/04/2011 by matisak
Posted on 06/04/2011 by matisak
It will be definitely tough for the GOP.
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Posted on 05/04/2011 by matisak
But what if he would be somewhere else, for example in the UK.
Filed under: Society | Tagged: Chara Bakalis, David Mead, Eric Heinze, Islam, Law, Quran, Religion, Rodney Austin, Terry Jones, United Kingdom, United States | 1 Comment »