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On the Disintegration of Britain (John Aziz, Pieria)
Scots Independence Race Tightens Six Days Before Ballot (Robert Hutton, Bloomberg Businessweek)
Scotland's 'Borderers' steadfast for 'No' (Al Jazeera)
Palestine: Political Realities in an Explosive Region (Worldpress.org)
Syria warns against foreign military action (Al Jazeera)
Arabs Give Tepid Support to U.S. Fight Against ISIS (The New York Times)
Viewpoints: Iraq Battles Multiple Crises (Worldpress.org)
Ukraine President Says Truce Is Growing Stronger (The New York Times)
Escape From Gorlivka (Foreign Policy)
U.S. and European Sanctions Take Aim at Putin’s Economic Efforts (The New York Times)
Russia Weighs Response as U.S., EU Expand Sanctions (Bloomberg Businessweek)
Viewpoints: Ukraine's East-West Tug-of-War (Worldpress.org)
Meet the Badass Women Fighting the Islamic State (Foreign Policy)
Leaders talk peace, some Ukrainians contemplate guerrilla war (Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post)
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South Korean Views on Race Linked to Economics (The Wall Street Journal)
Judge strikes down Ohio ban on political lies (Al Jazeera)
Retiring Overseas (Wealth Management)
France’s Moscovici wins coveted EU economics job but looks isolated (Financial Times)
Using Economics to Justify Being a Jerk (Dorf on Law)
Mob Rule Economics (Right Wing News)
Community Supported Agriculture and the Future of Farm Livelihoods (Center for Popular Economics)
The economics of digital currencies (Bank of England)
Money and Banking (The Economic Roundtable)
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