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Gabrielle Selby takes us through the recent developments with the shut down of the University of Farmington and what it says about current immigration choices in the U.S.View More How Trump-era immigration policies will affect those involved in the University of Farmington sting
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This piece is one of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into the…View More Do we know enough about China’s repression over Uyghur?
Featured image courtesy of: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Search&limit=20&offset=40&profile=default&search=jim+mattis+#/media/File:Jim_Mattis_in_Washington_-_2018_(41414065314).jpg In a speech made at the Virginia Military Institute, US Secretary of Defence General James Mattis, stated that ‘the jury…View More Women in Combat: Is the Jury Really Still Out?
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It must have been a really tough time for most Chinese Catholics in the past few weeks. On January 22 2018, the Holy See announced…View More China-Vatican Relations: Cooperation between Religion and Power?