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NAFTA’s 20th Anniversary. Is it Time for NAFTA 2.0? Recent American University Poll Reveals Publics’ Desire to Collaborate More

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Protestors’ Resolve Keeps Ukraine’s Future in Play; Moscow Meeting Could be Lynchpin? American University Expert Available for Analysis

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#Ukrainians Toppled a Lenin Statue, a #Concordia Expert on the Symbolism of Political Monuments

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Ukraine’s Sudden Pivot Away from EU Causes Consternation from Brussels to Washington

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Cornell Scholar - Ukraine’s Turn From EU Far More Than Pro-Russia Reflex

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Discovery of a 2,700-Year-Old Portico in Greece

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A 2,700-year-old portico was discovered this summer on the site of the ancient city of Argilos in northern Greece, following an archaeological excavation led by Jacques Perreault, Professor at the University of Montreal’s Centre of Classical Studies and Zisis Bonias, an archaeologist with the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports.

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Can Solar Energy Help Save Greece?

What happens to renewable energy programs in a country in a full-scale debt crisis -- do the programs whither and die in the winds of austerity? How do people view such programs when many of them can't afford to heat their houses? The answers to these two questions are actually linked, according to a new analysis in the JRSE.







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