by Sonia SaidImage: Ilnur Kalimullin / Unsplash France is a leading country in terms of cultural influence but its domestic issues are changing the country. In that perspective, the next elections will be key in understanding the views of the people. According to some experts, the two candidates expected to lead the pools are the … Continue reading The Next Election in France: A Turning Point
by Chris PrattImage: Tovarisch14 / Flickr When the United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the European Union (EU) in June 2016, it was not long before concerns were raised with regards to how Brexit would impact the Good Friday Agreement. The Good Friday Agreement helped to bring peace to Northern Ireland in 1998 after the … Continue reading Has Brexit Reawakened ‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland?
by Yug YadavaImage: Liza Pooor / Unsplash On August 20, 2020, Alexei Navalny was hospitalized in Siberia, Russia after he reported pain when boarding a plane. This pain was later to be revealed as an effect of the nerve agent, Novichok—the same poison used by the Russian officials under Vladimir Putin to eliminate Navalny as … Continue reading The Biden Administration Must Push Harder for Navalny’s Release
by Yashaswi Bista Image: Mika Baumeister/Unsplash The U.K. was one of the first countries to implement a COVID-19 vaccination plan. The country originally expected to release the second dose of the COVID vaccine three to four weeks after the first, but changes have now been made. The British government announced that citizens would wait twelve … Continue reading The Controversial U.K. delay of the Second Vaccine Dose and the Future Implications
by Monique Kasonga Image: papillion_1/Flickr In a world where gender nonconformity and neutrality are slowly on the rise, many languages and cultures have added and adopted gender neutral pronouns. While there have long been gender-neutral pronouns in English, many other languages still lack this inclusive language. Understanding the situation’s complexity requires looking at the concept … Continue reading Can It Be Done? – Gender Neutrality in the French Language
by Yashaswi Bista Photo Credit: 75CentralPhotography Tensions between the U.S. and the EU have been volatile over the past years because of President Trump. Unless both the EU and the U.S. would like to see their economic power diminish and the face of the global market change forever, these relations need to improve. The EU … Continue reading The Significance of the EU and U.S. Trade War and What it Could Mean for the Future
by Anonymous Image Credit: Trending News “Hey, have you heard of the Canadian double -” “Of course, the Double Double from Tim Horton’s is Canada’s pride and joy, along with maple syrup and poutine!” “No, no. Not coffee. I was actually referring to the Canadian government’s double standard pertaining to military exports to Turkey versus … Continue reading Canada’s Double Standard in Military Exports: Turkey is Stuck, Saudi Arabia is in luck
By Christopher Pratt Image Credit: Independent UK The European Union (EU) is under threat. Although it has accomplished so much since its humble beginnings in 1951 as the European Coal and Steel Community, the international powerhouse of the EU is contending with a rising wave of populism sweeping across the continent. Brexit is an excellent … Continue reading Hungary: A Challenge to European Integration
Significance of the 2020 presidential election in the United States: How will the plebiscite affect political affairs with Germany?
By Yashaswi Bista Image Credit: BCC The 2020 U.S. election has been a large part of media coverage and has been debated significantly over the past few months. Americans believe that the U.S. election could change their daily lives and the rights they hold close to their hearts. Every day the election is a worry … Continue reading Significance of the 2020 presidential election in the United States: How will the plebiscite affect political affairs with Germany?
By Heeya Firdaus Image credit: Forbes Often called “Europe’s last dictatorship”, Belarus has recently erupted in protests, perhaps in hopes of disproving that alarming title. On August 9th, the nation’s electoral polls indicated a win for incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko with an overwhelming (and deeply unrealistic) majority of 80%, despite his clearly unpopular policies and … Continue reading The Belarus Protests 2020