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This took a bit of searching. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Thai king is investigated because he cheated on his taxes, although that is an amusing side note (as a permanent resident of Bavaria, he allegedly owes the Bavarian state 3 billion euros in inheritance tax, which he evaded by declaring his private home a diplomatic residence). It also ...


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A foreign monarch in a country is probably, from a legal and technical point of view, present in that country on a diplomatic visa (whether or not the paperwork involved is actually done). Generally, a country has the right to direct anyone who is present in a country on a diplomatic visa to depart for reasons determined in that country's sole discretion. So,...


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It's harder to measure change in opinion, since that would require us to compare studies from before and after, or to find a study that was conducted over a longer period where respondents were questioned multiple times. Instead, I will present two studies which take a snapshot of public opinion in April 2020. A study on public opinion in early April Early ...


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Article, regulation and directive all have different scopes and levels of details. There is no redundancy here. You create an article as a political agreement for the union, as a matter of principle. Then you make a directive, with more details about the article and what we're trying to accomplish. Then you make an actual regulation, which decides in most ...


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It seems that neither the European Commission nor the European Council or the Council of the EU nor the European Parliament have any press releases that show up when searching for the name Kulbhushan Jadhav. Thus, the best guess is that none of those agencies have agreed on a common position which may or may not be due to a lack of information or evidence ...


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