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Category: Global Affairs

Global Affairs

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Missing Morals: How a Single Story Leads Us Towards War

President Obama’s speech on counterterrorism strategy serves as a sinister example of how a single story can be used for the sake of harm.

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Is Britain Still a Free Country Today?

Though Britain was once a free and prosperous country, it has become increasing Orwellian in recent years as surveillance and government spending increase.

It’s Time the United States End its Saudi Arabian Alliance

The alliance with a nation which defies everything America stands for and denies the concept of human rights is not one America should be a part of.

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The Media’s Molestation of Mueller and Climate Science

A stream of consciousness of cutting opinions on critical events ranging from the war in Yemen to climate change and the Mueller probe.

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Nigel Farage (Br)exits the UKIP Amidst Party Chaos

Brexit champion Nigel Farage, alongside former mayor of London Boris Johnson, has decided to leave the UKIP amidst internal crisis.

Trump’s Response to Khashoggi Killing Undermines American Values

The president's quiet response to the Saudi crown prince's ordered killing.

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Poll: 72% of the French Support “Les Gilets Jaunes”

After police opened fire against Les Gilets Jaunes, French tax protestors in Paris, the group now has a strong majority approval.

The USA Cannot Let Turkey and Saudi Arabia Fall

Daniel Szewc | Poland Many question the morality of the USA's decision to maintain a strong relationship with the Republic of Turkey and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. How can the bastion of global democracy associate itself with a well-established theocracy, as well as what seems like one that poised to adopt a similar model? ...

Ukraine Requests Assistance from NATO

After Russia seized several Ukrainian Naval vessels in the Sea of Azov, the country has asked NATO for military assistance.

These 37 Senate Members Voted To Continue The War In Yemen

As the American-backed war in Yemen continues, these 37 Senators voted against the discussion of an end.

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