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The Age of Treason


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  • ISBN13:9781326666224
  • ISBN10:1326666223
  • Publisher:Lulu.com
  • Language:English
  • Author:John Moore
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  • ISBN13:9781326666224
  • ISBN10:1326666223
  • Publisher:Lulu.com
  • Language:English
  • Author:John Moore
  • Binding:Paperback
  • SUPC: SDL580676196

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First and foremost, The Age of Treason examines the political situation in the eastern European nation of Ukraine - exploring how the events of 2013-15 came about; who was involved; why they were involved and how the nature of the conflict and those engaging in it was reported by the Western Media. Away from this centralised analysis, the work investigates the political outlook of Great Britain: the state of its two most popular political parties; whether its ties to the European Union carry any merit; where its present social and cultural makeup may lead it & whether there is any merit in the processes of devolving powers to regional bodies. In positing tough questions such as - Can our media be trusted to present to us a balanced view of events abroad? Is there any worth to voting at elections? Where does multiculturalism lead? Is Scottish Independence inevitable? - tough conclusions are reached. John Moore attended university in Southampton and possesses qualifications in Media and Film Studies.

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