I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions relating to U.S. Politics.
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James, Thank you for contacting me with your question. What exactly are her faults, you ask? I know it can be tedious but the best way for me to answer you is to direct you to some articles and websites
Santhoshreddy, What you are following right now in U.S. Politics is the National or Federal primary elections for the Republican and Democrat Parties. A primary election is a preliminary election to
Santhoshreddy, Here's how the delegate system really works, with breakdowns of how many delegates the candidates will need to win their parties' nominations. What are delegates? Delegates attend
Mark, I recommend the book, "Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation," by Laura Silber and Allan Little. See link here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0140262636?keywords=bosnian%20war&qid=144471342
Prashant, 1. Yes. Most nations issue passports that are valid for a ten year window. 2. I am not exactly sure why the Ministry of External Affairs would change the validity or expiration of