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For questions on the European Union, a union of currently twenty-eight European countries, and how it relates to national governments and other international organs.

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"user"'s answer is almost certainly right, but some challenge it on a technical reading of the words. If they prevail, there is still no paradox. The articles themselves, as a general principal of la …
answered Nov 6 '18 by Joshua
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Some have heard it said "when seconds count, the police are minutes away." Well, perhaps. But that's not what makes the argument. What we have here is kind of a division; in the cities, people would …
answered Aug 12 by Joshua