The turmoil in France at the electoral success of Jean-Marie Le Pen was echoed in Britain
and all over Europe. The reason for the turmoil is that Le Pen is described as "far-right", while most other governments in Europe are described as "left", "center-left", "center", or "center-right" ...
Riots in the North of England, and the anti-Muslim hysteria whipped up as part of the "War on Terror"
campaign pushed the question of "integration" of the immigrants into the British Culture onto the 'political' agenda. And now with the electoral panic in France the issue is even more in the news ...
In connection with recent preoccupation with sleaze in Britain a journalist wrote an article in a British national daily entitled: "Raising the Standards of Politics in Britain". But is such thing possible?
An overview of the evolution of administration of justice
from tribal chiefs to independent courts, to the modern politicized justice, and
to the formalized abstract justice of the World Court of Justice.