Everywhere I look I see orange. Buses full of orange-clad men proudly proclaim their arrival, surrounded by motorcyclists similarly dressed. On the path beside them,…
Everywhere I look I see orange. Buses full of orange-clad men proudly proclaim their arrival, surrounded by motorcyclists similarly dressed. On the path beside them,…View More The Saffron Surge
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At this point, we are no longer seeing a trade war between China and the US; instead, it has developed into a ‘war’ that will…View More Understanding Great Power China and Confrontation with the US
With Earth Day having recently passed and the need for environmental action greater than ever, many across the world have come to reckon with the…View More The Green Wall: Successes and Shortcomings
Planning for retirement, saving for a child’s university education, for a house or a car, or to build a rainy-day fund are all part of…View More When the cure becomes a symptom: the financial burden of American health care
We all hear about organizations that tackle gender discrimination internationally such as Michelle Obama’s 2015 Let Girls Learn Initiative, or the Malala Foundation. Both do…View More The Fantastic Four: Game Changing Organizations in International Gender Relations
The year was 1964, downtown Tokyo was awash with foreigners and Japanese sports fans alike, exuding a palpable excitement to see the Asian continent’s first-time…View More A Weighty Honour: A Forecast for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Television shows based around politics have become a staple of American television – from dramas such as The West Wing, House of Cards, and Madame…View More Would the West Wing be popular today?
When the cartoon, The Jetsons, first aired on television, viewers were enamored with the high tech, almost impossible aspects of a ‘future’ society that the…View More From The Jetsons to Black Holes: How one Image Changed Society’s Perception of the Universe
Forget a golf course, failed university, or another Trump Tower, will there soon be a “Trump Town” located in the Golan Heights? And how long…View More Disputes over the Golan Heights: the US and Shaky International Law
Just like the silence before Sharia law being applied to the LGBT people in Brunei attracted few attentions, what is happening now in China appears…View More ‘Solving’ the LGBT: An Update from China
Rachel Beattie talks us through why music is a means of empowering the masses and a way of speaking out in today’s political environment.View More Music; the gift of a speech act?