When Peruvians went to the urns last year, corruption was visible on the campaign agenda of all leading candidates. President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski became President…View More Corruption in Peru: When Pandora’s Box is Opened
Hillary Clinton was a political insider in the age of the political outsider. Indeed, prior to becoming President, Donald Trump held no form of political…View More #Oprah2020? The Case Against the Outsider Candidate
2016 was thought to be a year that shook the world. Actors and actresses and musicians passed away, shootings and police stories of violence were…View More The Globalisation of #MeToo
The 30th of November marked the one-year anniversary of the signing and entry into force of the peace agreement between the Government of Colombia and…View More A Year of Peace: Has the Situation in Colombia Improved?
Brazil, a country mired in political and economic turmoil, has an uncertain future. Michel Temer, formerly the vice president, is the current president. He ascended…View More Brazil: A Democracy in Crisis?
Imagine for a moment you are in an airplane at cruising speed (about 878-926 km/h). That airplane is moving fast. Now imagine something that is…View More Racing Towards the Future of War: Cometh the Hypersonic Missiles
After nearly a decade’s worth of Mars-oriented development, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s recent speech to the newly-resurrected Space Council has put the red planet…View More Shooting for the Moon: A Global Competition
Here we are again, America. Another mass shooting, more American blood on your hands, and another “mentally-insane” white man to blame. When will you wake…View More Nothing New: The Las Vegas shooting and gun legislation
It sounds like a classic Shakespeare. A rogue nation spends the first three acts peddling influence with foreign power-broking structures and causing general mayhem. The…View More The Unexpected Disappearance of the Government Meddlers
Once a place of opportunity, refuge, and hope, the U.S under Donald Trump’s administration is being transformed into a dystopia for civil rights, the persecution…View More The Legal Regression of Equality: Featuring the U.S Workplace
The crisis in Venezuela is one that has been building for a while and has now come to a head. The rising conflict is between…View More Is History Doomed to Repeat Itself in Venezuela?
If there’s one thing the recent debate over healthcare has made clear, it’s that Americans are fed up with a system characterized by cost, complexity,…View More Complications: Americans’ Confusion Over Healthcare is Costing Them