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News from the United Kingdom, Monday 3rd June 2013

The Independent: Woolwich attacks: BNP and anti-fascists in street clashes. ‘At least 58 people were arrested in London yesterday after anti-fascist demonstrators clashed with British National Party members outside the Houses of Parliament. The far-right group’s march was one of around 60 planned across the country yesterday to mark the death of Drummer Lee Rigby, murdered in […]

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News from Western Europe, Friday 1st March 2013

EUROPE Research -European Political Science Review: Where do radical right parties stand? Position blurring in multidimensional competition by Jan Rovny.  ‘This article questions the utility of assessing radical right party placement on economic issues, which has been extensively analyzed in academic literature. Starting from the premise that political parties have varying strategic stakes in different political issues, […]

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News from Western Europe, Wednesday 13th February 2013

BELGIUM Flanders News: Former Vlaams Belang adviser spied for the secret service. ‘It has emerged that Bart Debie, the former security adviser of the far right Vlaams Belang political party, handed information to Belgium’s state intelligence service for many years Vlaams Belang supremo Filip Dewinter says that he is shocked. Bart Debie made his revelation in […]

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Towards an Acceptable Level of Violence: Institutional Lessons from Northern Ireland

Institutions have returned to the forefront of economic analysis in recent decades. By way of illustration, Nobel Prizes were awarded to Ronald Coase and Douglass North in the 1990s for their pioneering work in developing the theoretical and applied framework of what has become known as the ‘New Institutional Economics’. Oliver Williamson and the late […]

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United Kingdom Tracker 05.12.12

The Guardian: Belfast riots over union flag leave 14 police injured. ‘Fourteen police officers, a security guard and a press photographer are recovering from injuries sustained during a loyalist riot sparked over a row about the union flag flying at Belfast city hall. The sectarian disturbances on Monday night involving up to 1,000 loyalists have been described as “disastrous” for […]

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