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Interview with a founder

Constitution Day, September 17, commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution by 39 founders in 1787. Alexander Hamilton became the main supporter of the new document, writing 51 of the 85 newspaper columns, now known as of Federalist papers– which turned out to be crucial in gaining the support …

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Debate over Selling British and Irish Horses Abroad is needlessly navel-gazing | Bloodstock News

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The geopolitical dynamics of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline

A wide range of strategic, economic and cultural ties between Azerbaijan and Russia creates the illusion of fairly stable bilateral relations between states. Nonetheless, given the recent geopolitical developments in the South Caucasus after the Second Karabakh War and Azerbaijan’s growing role as a producer and transit hub for natural …

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An overview of Russia’s economic presence in Africa

The Association for Economic Cooperation with African States (AECAS), established under the aegis of the Secretariat of the Russia-Africa Partnership Forum (RAPF), held a special meeting of the working group on project financing with the participation of major Russian companies. and banks. The key topic was to find an effective …

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