If one looks at the base facts the situation seems quite clear, these two seem most likely to be the choices for President of one…View More Clinton or Trump: Can either handle foreign policy in the White House?
Since early 2015, the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt has been rocked by violence and instability. The region, bordered by the Gaza strip and Israel on…View More Continued Unrest in the Sinai Peninsula Strains International and Analytical Borders
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt addressed parliament February 11 with a speech outlining the negotiations on the Junior Doctors’ contract, an ongoing debate which has…View More NHS War: Where the Winning Side Deserts
El Niño, the pattern of oceanic warming in the Pacific that brings with it tumultuous, destabilising weather systems, has struck once more. Unprecedented flooding in…View More El Niño and Ethiopia: Beyond a Humanitarian Crisis
Hunger is, at its root, one of the oldest problems to plague the human race. Currently there are reportedly over 800 million people suffering from…View More Feeding the Hungry: More Harm Than Good?
As the festive season approached in Ukraine last year, a time of peace, warmth, and friendship seemed a powerful respite for the conflict-ravaged state. However,…View More Whodunnit? The Case of the Ukraine Cyberattacks
Tsai Ing-wen, the presidential candidate of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party, won 16 January a landslide victory in both the presidential and legislative elections over Eric…View More Tumultuous Tidings From Taiwan
Security fears in Europe have substantially heightened, especially after 130 people were killed in the November 2015 Paris terrorist attacks. The attacks, beyond sending shockwaves across…View More Boosting Intelligence Sharing Between France, the United States, and the European Union
Pope Francis, an Argentinian and lifelong advocate for the downtrodden, visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday, tracing the path of the millions who have emigrated…View More Pope Plays His Trump Card During Visit to Mexico
‘We all know that after the end of the Cold War – everyone is aware of that – a single centre of domination emerged in…View More Smoke and Mirrors: Deconstructing Russian Foreign Policy Objectives in 2015
On 12 December 2015, the world witnessed Saudi Arabia fulfilling the promise of its late king, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. For the first time…View More 2015 Saudi Arabian Municipal Elections: Human Rights in Action?
10 September 2001 was a relatively normal day. The Mayor of Campinas in Brazil, Antônio da Costa Santos was murdered as he drove home, American…View More War and Terror: The Removal of Dictators in the Twenty-First Century