International

Bye, Felicia @Privacy: Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal

By May 18, 2018

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Whether through investigative reports by esteemed publications such as The New York Times or video compilations of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, drinking water at his… Read More ›

Cape Town’s Water Crisis – A Wake-Up Call About the Dangers of Water Scarcity

By May 18, 2018

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Picture this: climate change and overconsumption have diminished Boston’s water supply. All residents are prohibited from consuming more than thirteen gallons of water a day.… Read More ›

Syrian Airstrikes: a Necessary Action Against an Evil Regime

By May 18, 2018

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In early April, the Syrian regime led by Bashar Al-Assad carried out an attack on innocent civilians in the city of Douma using chemical weapons.… Read More ›

British Nerve Attack: What it means for the UK

By May 18, 2018

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On March 4, the city of Salisbury, England witnessed the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Earlier, Yulia had flown from Moscow… Read More ›

China and our Climate – What China is doing, and the U.S. is not doing, to combat climate change

By May 18, 2018

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China’s climate is objectively in a bad state. When Trump decided to back out of the Paris Climate Accord in 2017, he pointed a finger… Read More ›

Who did it? Reviewing all the theories behind the chemical attacks on Syrian citizens?

By May 18, 2018

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In the last few months, ISIS has been all but pushed out of Syria and defeated by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, and U.S. President Donald… Read More ›

A Powerful Military is Reborn: Japan’s Increase in Military Spending

By May 18, 2018

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Over the course of three weeks last July, North Korea launched three missiles over Japanese territory, one of which landed in Japanese waters. In just… Read More ›

With Great Power Comes Some Responsibility: South Korean President Jailed for Cult Dealings

By May 18, 2018

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Today’s seemingly obsessive fears over accountability and conflicts of interest have proven themselves well-grounded. Inaugurated in 2012, former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached… Read More ›

Odebrecht’s Latest Victim: Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, Former President of Peru

By May 18, 2018

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The South American nation of Peru is no stranger to corrupt and criminal activity stemming from its executive branch of government. In the past 194… Read More ›

The Rape and Murder of Asifa Bano: The Reality of Indian Islamophobia

By May 18, 2018

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Asifa Bano was only eight years old when she was abused, raped, and murdered. A native of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, Asifa… Read More ›

To Leave or Not To Leave: American Troops in Syria

By May 18, 2018

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President Trump’s new impatient idea to pull troops out of Syria further demonstrates that our president is not fit to command the army. In 2014… Read More ›

The North Korean Dilemma: should the U.S. foster the nation’s entrepreneurs?

By February 26, 2018

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North Korea is wedged between a corrupt and inexperienced dictator, international sanctions, and a global nuclear crisis, propped up economically only by other communist nations.… Read More ›

Women in the Workforce: wiping out the wage gap

By February 26, 2018

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2018 began with a victory for women in the workforce. On New Year’s Day, Iceland’s bill to eliminate the wage gap went into effect. The… Read More ›

China, the World’s Benevolent Dictator – How China will replace the U.S. as the world’s greatest superpower

By February 26, 2018

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Although the U.S. is gradually slipping behind China in terms of economic power, diplomatic influence, and potential hard military power, China cannot replace the U.S.… Read More ›

Demonstrations in Iran: Frustrated Working Class Protests the Regime

By February 26, 2018

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Two days into a weeklong series of demonstrations throughout Iran, President Donald Trump shared his perspective on the subject in less than 280 characters on… Read More ›