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The end of neutrality in a world going nuts

Neutrality has been a big thing for decades and decades for three little known countries: the Suomen tasavalta, the Konungariket Sverige, and the Confoederatio Helvetica. Or maybe not so “little-known.” Read on.

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The deadly war on some drugs

The last several weeks in South Dakota have seen jockeying back and forth as the legislature wrestled internally on whether to follow “the will of the people” in the 2020 elections to legalize both medical and recreational use of that … Continue reading

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