It’s official. Brazil’s lower house of Congress voted on 17 April to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, 367 to 137. Tensions in the country are so…View More Impeachment: Solving or Creating Problems?
Indonesia, a predominantly Muslim country, is coming to terms with its prostitution problem. The industry is technically illegal in the state; however, as in many…View More The Many Facets of Indonesia’s Prostitution Crackdown
He is a real estate tycoon, reality TV sensation, married to a supermodel, and now a presidential candidate. Looking back at 2015 would not be…View More The Donald
Primary season is officially upon us, and so far, 2016 is shaping up to be the most unpredictable election season of recent times because of…View More 2016 is Finally Here
Arguably one of the most controversial decisions our generation may ever see, the Iraq War is still hotly contested; rife with disagreeing claims and tense…View More Right to Say Sorry? Tony Blair on Iraq
Afghanistan’s northern city of Kunduz is currently in limbo. On the 28 September, the Taliban attacked and took control of the area. Later on 1…View More The Resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan
The conflict between Israel and Palestine is nothing new, but the escalation last summer was tremendously significant. It began with the kidnapping and murder of…View More Will This Ceasefire Hold?
A review of the past year would not be complete without the mention of the devastating Ebola outbreak in the latter half of 2014. The…View More Ebola: The Past and the Future
Kim Kardashian, the woman who broke the Internet, married Kanye West, and created a strangely addictive mobile game can now boast a connection to Pope…View More Pope Francis, Kim Kardashian, and 100 Years of Silence
Before he died, Bob Marley told his son “Money can’t buy life.” Well, in Jamaica, money can now buy you marijuana. Legally. Possessing small amounts…View More Jamaica Rolls Back Marijuana Restrictions
The 27th of January marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and Ronald Lauder, the president of the World Jewish Congress, spoke at…View More A Time for Remembrance, a Time for Action
On 9 November 2014 Catalonia, an autonomous community in north-eastern Spain, held a non-binding vote on whether they wanted to become independent. The Prime Minister…View More Non-Binding Vote in Catalonia: Will it lead to Independence?