If the events in Ukraine are to appear as more than a series of disconnected events, you really must take the long view. So if you want to understand why it looked last night as though war was about to break out in the Crimea, perhaps take a look at this piece of analysis by Stratfor. It's a company that focuses on geography and history to explain what is happening in the world. Stratfor makes its money by signing up paying subscribers, but makes some of its work freely available. The book from which this is taken, The next hundred years, is also worth reading.
Not Premier League Proven (NPLP) is a podcast created by journalism students at the University of Kent who all love football. The podcast consists of six students offering fresh comment, every Wednesday, on the latest gossip surrounding the beautiful game. Get in touch with NPLP via our website: http://bit.ly/qwmOxA , Twitter @NPLP_Podcast, through Facebook or drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Not Premier League Proven's debut episode sees the boys discuss all the action from the weekend, find the 'Top 3' Dutch players to have played in the Premier League and of course, think critically about Emile Heskey's supposed new position.
We are using new technology this week so at times we experienced some editing difficulties. This will be improved as the weeks go on.
(After some hardcore googling we have discovered that NK Maribor are in fact from Slovenia, not Sweden, but of course you already knew that didn't you?! Sorry for any incovenience none the less).
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