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.
Young reporters who are interested in sports journalism are needed to write football match reports for the Kent FA.
It is looking for volunteers to cover U16 and U18 men's matches and open age ladies games. There is no limit to the amount of games you can cover. You would have to arrange your own transport to home matches in Kent, but would be given a seat on the team bus to away games.
The reports would be about 400 words, and would be published with a byline on the Kent FA website.
I've attached the entry form. I hope some of you go for this - it's a great chance to get some work published.
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