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Role of Welsh MPs could be limited

Role of Welsh MPs could be limited | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish MPs could see their roles limited if proposals to give English MPs more say on laws for England are brought in.
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Putin, Medvedev Join In May Day March

Putin, Medvedev Join In May Day March | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin and outgoing leader Dmitry Medvedev joined tens of thousands of people in the Russian capital Moscow participating in a march to mark the May 1 labor day holiday.
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More than just words

More than just words | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
But who will call the tune?


“DO YOU agree that Scotland should be an independent country?” If Alex Salmond gets his way, that will be the main question confronting his compatriots in the autumn of 2014.
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Putin Creates Agency To Restore Russia's National Pride

Putin Creates Agency To Restore Russia's National Pride | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the creation of a new agency to restore national pride and foster feelings of patriotism among Russians.
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Four Russias: rethinking the post-Soviet map | openDemocracy

Four Russias: rethinking the post-Soviet map | openDemocracy | Comparative Government and Politics | Scoop.it

Russia has traditionally been conceptualised as a single entity, albeit divided into many regions, but is this approach appropriate given the country's stratified population? Natalia Zubarevich argues that for a better understanding of Russia and where it is going we need to think not geographically, but arithmetically.


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