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,…
A shockwave was sent across the LGBT community and the world when Brunei, a country in Asia, announced a Sharia law that mandated death for…View More A rise in conservative Islam: Indonesia and Impacts of Sharia Law on LGBT in Brunei
Indira Von Gierke takes us through the Italy’s recent changes in vaccination rules as well as the impact of anti-vaxxers worldwide.View More Is Italy’s introduction of compulsory vaccinations the way forward?
Every October, the Norwegian Nobel Committee decides the six people or organizations who have contributed the most to society that year, whether that be through…View More Peace-by-Tweet: Does Trump’s Novel Approach to North Korea Deserve a Nobel Peace Prize?
Imagine Fife is inexplicably hit by a massive freak snowstorm. Teaching is suspended for the next week and you and a friend decide to escape…View More The Invention of Borders
In the past few years, USAID humanitarian funding around the world has been under attack from the Trump Administration. This means that countless projects from…View More The Unintended Consequence of the US Counter-Terrorism Clarification Act
Coinciding with the celebration of International Women’s Day on the 8thof March, National Women’s History Month is celebrated in the United States in the month…View More Visionary Women: Profiling Champions of Peace and Nonviolence
Algeria erupted in celebration when Abdelaziz Bouteflika changed course and announced that he would not run for President. He has led Algeria for 20 years…View More No fifth term for Bouteflika but what next for Algeria?
The drama surrounding Nigeria’s recent elections has yet to subside, continuing months of downright absurd campaigning. Aside from the bizarre campaign cycle, Boko Haram has…View More Nigerian Elections
Brazil’s current president, Jair Bolsonaro, a former army captain who served as a backbench, ‘low clergy’ congressman for almost three decades, was the surprise victor…View More Political Dynasties: An Endless Game of Thrones
Following the collapse of the Barre military dictatorship, Somalia has descended into chaos and has not substantially risen in any given sense. In the face…View More An Argument for International Recognition of Somaliland
At the start of the year, South Korean President Moon Jae-In established the future global goals of the nation, situating BTS as its beating heart…View More How BTS became the world’s biggest boy band (and global diplomats along the way)
This month marked the final arguments of the American lawsuit Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) vs. Harvard University. Better known as ‘the Harvard Affirmative Action’…View More The Harvard Affirmative Action Lawsuit: Conceiving a World without ‘Race-Conscious’ Admissions