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A third party won't fix what's broken in American politics

In fact, it could break it further.
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Australia Budget 2015: A political budget that still leaves everything to chance

Australia Budget 2015: A political budget that still leaves everything to chance | Asia | Scoop.it
Warwick McKibbin discusses how the 2015 Australian budget does little economic damage and has some good aspects especially for small business which is a key driver of growth in the Australian economy, but like Labor budgets in previous years, it takes a big bet on a future that might not eventuate.
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Political:do you believe that australia can stay in the budget? What happens if they can't? 

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Training to help cultural industries protect their intellectual property rights | Pacific Beat

Law enforcement officers in Fiji are learning about intellectual property rights and how they apply to local culture.
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Intellectual: do you think what they are doing will help the intellectual items?

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Millions of Spiders Rain Down on Australia—Why?

Millions of Spiders Rain Down on Australia—Why? | Asia | Scoop.it
In what's called a mass ballooning, the tiny arachnids used silk strands to catch air currents on their way to a new home.
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Geography : why do spiders"rain" down in Australia? Do the spiders effect anything?

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Latin American art

Latin American art | Asia | Scoop.it
Artistic traditions that developed in Mesoamerica, Central America, and South America after contact with the Spanish and Portuguese beginning in 1492 and 1500, respectively, and...
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INTELLECTUAL: What other countries have influenced the South Americans art? 

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What do some Afro-Brazilian religions actually believe?

What do some Afro-Brazilian religions actually believe? | Asia | Scoop.it
Candomblé is a religion like any other, with its own rules, hierarchies and sense of the spiritual.
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RELIGION: how different is their culture from ours?

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BBC Democracy Day: Europe 'faces political earthquakes' - BBC News

BBC Democracy Day: Europe 'faces political earthquakes' - BBC News | Asia | Scoop.it
Political earthquakes could be in store for Europe in 2015, according to research by the Economist Intelligence Unit for the BBC's Democracy Day.
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POLITICAL: Do you think this will effect other political campaigns? Why or why.not?

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Bye bye East Africa - the African continent is splitting in two and won't have its Horn | Mail & Guardian Africa (Mobile edition)

Bye bye East Africa - the African continent is splitting in two and won't have its Horn | Mail & Guardian Africa (Mobile edition) | Asia | Scoop.it
Bye bye East Africa - the African continent is splitting in two and won't have its Horn
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GEOGRAPHY: Why is the african continent splitting? 

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Central African Republic: Teaching Amid the Gunshots in Central African Republic

Central African Republic: Teaching Amid the Gunshots in Central African Republic | Asia | Scoop.it
Armed clashes in several parts of Central African Republic (CAR) continue to have grave consequences on the education sector, more than one year after the start of the ongoing civil unrest. Vandalism, looting and displacement of teachers and school children are all affecting the education system, with several schools closed indefinitely.
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SOCIAL: why do you think alot of violence attacks happen at schools?

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Africa's Urban Population Grows Younger, Fueling Economic Growth

Africa's Urban Population Grows Younger, Fueling Economic Growth | Asia | Scoop.it
Sub-Saharan Africa may soon see economic benefits from a “demographic dividend.”
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ECONOMIC: Why has the young population helped Africas economy?

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Russia Outlines Prescription to Bolster Its Ailing Economy, but Experts Scoff

Russia Outlines Prescription to Bolster Its Ailing Economy, but Experts Scoff | Asia | Scoop.it
Some insiders said they expected the Kremlin to react to the economic crisis the way it had in 2008 — with disaster management, but no fundamental changes.
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What will happen to the EU economy if Russia's economy continues to drop?

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On religion, Mexicans are more Catholic and often more traditional than Mexican Americans

On religion, Mexicans are more Catholic and often more traditional than Mexican Americans | Asia | Scoop.it
Majorities of both groups self-identify as Catholic, but the percentage of Catholics is 20 percentage points higher among Mexicans (81%) than among Mexican Americans (61%).
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Why do you think some Mexican Americans have been losing their traditions?

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Canadian Workers Get Smaller Share Of Economic Pie Than U.S. Workers

Canadian Workers Get Smaller Share Of Economic Pie Than U.S. Workers | Asia | Scoop.it
Canadian wage earners take home less of the country’s total income than American wage earners do, according to new data from the International Labour Organization.

There are many ways to measure economic inequality, and one of them is &ldquo...
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Why do you think they are getting payed less and working more?

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Illegal immigrants could receive Social Security, Medicare under Obama action

Illegal immigrants could receive Social Security, Medicare under Obama action | Asia | Scoop.it
Those who pay payroll taxes would be eligible to collect a wide array of federal benefits.
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Do you agree that immigrants should have social security?

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Social: do you think social injustice is caused by the citizens cultural beliefs? 

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Australian Government: Recognize The Fact That Islam Is Not A Religion But An Ideology

Australian Government: Recognize The Fact That Islam Is Not A Religion But An Ideology | Asia | Scoop.it
We urge the Australian Government to recognize the fact, that Islam is not a Religion but an Ideology. In support of this petition we point out that all Muslims are born under the Sharia law, an Islamic Ideology. Muslims who stray from the Islamic Ideology become Apostates or Infidels. The Islamic Ideology is contrary to the Australian way of life, its Beliefs and Culture. We the people of Australia find the Ideology of Islamic Beliefs to be a Credible Threat to Australia.
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Religion : do you think that this will cause problems in Australians  community? 

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Ross Gittins: Everything you need to know about the Australian economy

Ross Gittins: Everything you need to know about the Australian economy | Asia | Scoop.it
In an extract from his new book, Ross Gittins explains everything you need to know about the Australian economy – and admits to his five worst predictions.
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Economy: how did the oil price shock effect Australians ecomomy?

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South America Political and Social Issues - HubPages.com

South America Political and Social Issues - HubPages.com | Asia | Scoop.it
Articles about political and social issues, such as crime, poverty, and education, in South America.
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SOCIAL: how different is South Americas social economy's to ours?

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South America Is a Tough Spot for U.S. Airlines, But Travel to Colombia Is Booming

South America Is a Tough Spot for U.S. Airlines, But Travel to Colombia Is Booming | Asia | Scoop.it
South America has been a difficult region for the big three  U.S. airlines for months, due primarily to the troubled economies of Brazil and Venezuela. But South America also has its bright spots, particularly in Colombia, Latin America's third largest economy after Brazil and Mexico. The Colombian economy is growing and [...]
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ECONOMY: Why arent the U.S. airlines able to fly over South America?

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Phys.Org Mobile: Ecological corridor to preserve Ecuadorian Andes bears

Phys.Org Mobile: Ecological corridor to preserve Ecuadorian Andes bears | Asia | Scoop.it
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GEOGRAPHY: Do you believe that the adding of wildlife will help preserve the forrest?

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Giving African youth access to education

Giving African youth access to education | Asia | Scoop.it
It is certainly a lofty goal. Second-year Quest University student Ammar Kandil aims to return to his home country of Egypt and build a university. “I feel I am very average amongst the people. . .
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INTELLECTUAL: Do you think having Africans youth educated will help africas economy? 

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147 killed in Kenya school attack, officials say - CNN.com

147 killed in Kenya school attack, officials say  - CNN.com | Asia | Scoop.it
The massacre that killed 147 people and wounded scores of others at a Kenyan university lasted for hours Thursday before the terror was over.
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RELIGION: Why has the war of religions not stoped? do you think it will end?

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Africa - US, UK warn of ‘political meddling’ in Nigeria vote count

Africa - US, UK warn of ‘political meddling’ in Nigeria vote count | Asia | Scoop.it
The United States and Britain voiced fears over possible political interference in Nigeria's presidential poll on Monday, just as preliminary results showed the opposition challenger pulling ahead in the hotly contested election.
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POLITICAL: If Nigeria did have an interference in these votes, what problems might rise?

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In Mexico, open government includes social justice, press freedom, and innovation

In Mexico, open government includes social justice, press freedom, and innovation | Asia | Scoop.it
The Presidency of Mexico's national digital strategy coordinator, Alejandra Lagunes, speaks with Alex Howard about the country's plan for open government and digital innovation.
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Scientists want revenues from their inventions invested in research: union

Scientists want revenues from their inventions invested in research: union | Asia | Scoop.it
Canada’s federal scientists want contract changes so half of the revenues generated by their inventions and other intellectual property will be plowed back into government research to shore up budg...
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Why do you think that Canadian scientists should get revenues from their inventions?

 

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A third party won't fix what's broken in American politics

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Would you think a third party would even work out?

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