International

Mumbai Protests: Battle Of The Castes

By February 26, 2018

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In ancient India, social and economic status were determined by the caste into which one was born. Though it is largely irrelevant today in urban… Read More ›

A Price Not Worth Paying

By February 26, 2018

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is perhaps the best and worst decision the United States ever made. By signing the agreement, America put… Read More ›

The Trump/Putin Duo: Ukraine’s Unlikely Ally

By February 26, 2018

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In February of 2014, Ukraine’s typical frigid winter was set alight with the flames of Molotov cocktails, as a passionate revolution against the Ukrainian government… Read More ›

Cons outweigh pros in debate over U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem

By February 26, 2018

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Jerusalem represents a major political, cultural, and religious center that both Israel and Palestine claim as their capital. To ease tensions, a UN resolution in… Read More ›

Two Countries, One Corrupt system: Hong Kong China’s unjust rule over Hong Kong

By February 26, 2018

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The residents of Hong Kong have been unjustly denied their political rights since China regained control from the British in 1997. After Hong Kong’s return… Read More ›

North and South Korean Relations: Reasons for Cautious Optimism.

By February 26, 2018

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Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have recently eased. North and South Korea are engaged in diplomatic talks, including discussions about the former’s controversial nuclear weapon… Read More ›

Germany’s SPD holds key to preserving liberal values in Europe

By February 26, 2018

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In recent months, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Christian Democrats have floundered in attempts to form a new government. During the national elections last… Read More ›

German Military Spending: The crucial decisions of Chancellor Angela Merkel in her fourth term

By October 20, 2017

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The future of Germany’s military was at stake during the nation’s September election. Chancellor Angela Merkel has pledged to increase defense spending, which will help… Read More ›

The War in Afghanistan: Stopping It Could Do More Harm Than Good

By October 20, 2017

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On September 18th, Donald Trump announced the continuation of the longest war in American history. Around 2,400 American soldiers have lost their lives in the… Read More ›

The Rohingya Genocide: A textbook example of ethnic cleansing

By October 20, 2017

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Violence against the Rohingya, a small ethnic group based in Myanmar, has escalated to the point of genocide, and only international efforts can end the… Read More ›

Yemen’s Civil War: The Forgotten Massacre

By October 20, 2017

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More than 4,600 civilians killed. More than 8,000 civilians injured. More than three million civilians forced from their homes. More than 18.8 million civilians in… Read More ›

Updates on Macron: Covering The Problems With $30,700 of Makeup

By October 20, 2017

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Following Trump’s election and Britain’s decision to leave the EU, France’s youngest president ever sworn into office brought with him hope for a reformed labor… Read More ›

U.S. Syrian Policy: What Comes Next? An end to the war, but not the conflict

By October 20, 2017

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The primary obstacle in fixing global issues is that the general public is rarely sufficiently informed. We frequently focus on the most recent topics dominating… Read More ›

“Let She Alone”

By August 27, 2017

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Feathered headdresses reflect the bright sun, flamboyant floats reach for the sky, and a blur of vibrant colors dance through the streets of Port of… Read More ›

Election In The Gambia: A Fresh Start

By August 13, 2017

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In Africa, democracy is hard to come by, but for The Gambia, a small West African nation surrounded by Senegal, that dream may just be… Read More ›