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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, 2006
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Opinion: On Turkey’s bid for European Union membership (Pt. 2)

Matt Bacon October 30, 2013

Turkey’s road to European Union membership has been a rocky one, and is still incomplete.  Talks that had been stalled for three years were set to re-open in June, but were postponed due to the Turkish...

Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, 2006
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Opinion: On Turkey’s bid for European Union membership (Pt. 1)

Dani Marrero October 30, 2013

After three years of stalled consideration to grant Turkey membership to the European Union, talks are scheduled to begin on Nov. 5 to negotiate the issue. The delay was prompted by opposition of current...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel
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Opinion: On Germany’s position in the Eurozone crisis (Pt. 2)

Matt Bacon October 23, 2013

The story of the Eurozone economic crisis is not a new one. Countries like Greece, Italy, Spain, and Ireland have been dragging down the rest of the EU with their financial woes.  In many of these countries,...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel
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Opinion: On Germany’s position in the Eurozone crisis (Pt. 1)

October 23, 2013

By: Roy Ben-Joseph Lots of things come to my mind when I hear the word Germany. While those things can be good or evil, bright or dark, based on the last 500 years, it always brings one word to mind:...

Director of NSA, General Keith B. Alexander
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Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 2)

Matt Bacon October 2, 2013

  One of the most talked about topics the last few months has been the National Security Administration and its questionable methods in keeping Americans safe. For months after the initial leaks...

Director of NSA, General Keith B. Alexander
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Opinion: On NSA surveillance of European and Latin American allies (Pt. 1)

David Frederick October 2, 2013

It may be cliché, but the current headlines these days are shaping our society to look like a contemporary George Orwell novel: a media that panders to our inadequacies, certain sectors of our government...

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