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Steven Lamini

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Steven Lamini is a specialist adviser in one of the key policy fields troubling modern-day Europe and works across a range of equality fields, advising on policy and strategic approaches to cohesion.

His interests are wide and varied, and he writes on world politics, economic issues, current events, mediocrities and lame-duck presidents of countries. He believes that heads should be enlightened, but somehow regrets having such a stubborn principle, for some heads are rather best chopped off. He lives in York.

Illusions of an American Day dreamer

He’s on his way to win his party’s candidature to the White House. Rhetoric or not, there’s definitely more enthusiasm in the body politic in…

All too expected things of the day

It was one of those brilliantly clear days in early summer. I came within sight of the aloes of Jansenville. This dusty town lies about…

The call for integration: what does it mean?

There is a Cassandra-like experience I have regarding the call on immigrants to integrate in British society. In fact, it is probably more correct in…

Roll up the sleeves, a new war is coming!

There’s a new twist to the geo-political battle in Iraq, unforseen by even the most farsighted of Amireca’s free marketeers. When Ahmadinejad paid a state…

An open letter to the President

Honourable President, I was very hesitant to write this letter in the first place, for I know how dearly you love to committeefy all matters.…