No Man’s Church

The downfall of religion in Europe

 It is no surprise that religion, and especially Christianity, has shaped the heritage and history of the European continent. Adopted by the Roman empire in 308 A.D., Christianity in Europe has been at the heart of wealth and war. After one big schism in 1054 and the reformations in the 16th century, we arrive today,
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Malvinas or Falklands?

The economic importance of the Islands

Fernando de Magallanes would have never imagined that his explorations would lead to one of the most disputed diplomatic conflicts of the 20th and 21st centuries. He was selected by King Charles I of Spain to discover a new commercial route from the Kingdom of Castilla to the Maluku Islands (Indonesia) passing through the South
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Snap-elections called for snap-promises, but can Erdoğan keep them?

In 2001, the Turkish economy collapsed in an extensive crisis also known as “Black Wednesday”, the most impactful economic crisis in the modern Turkish history. The overnight interest rates rose up to as high as 7,500%, stock prices plummeted by approximately 15% and many were left without a job. Political instability, extensive domestic capital outflow,
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