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On May the 25th, 2018, Ireland will make history as its citizens go to the polls to decide whether or not to remove the controversial 8th amendment from its national constitution.
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Twain held staunchly anti-imperialist views that opposed the expanding reach of American hegemony beginning in the late 1800s.
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Despite its small size and relative infancy as a nation, Ireland is the 27th largest export economy in the world, and possesses a trade surplus of $20.5 billion over the United States.
This would not represent the first time that the rouge nation has agreed to come to the bargaining table, and if history is any indication, one can imagine that it won’t be the last.