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,…
On January 15th, the World Health Organization (WHO) released its annual list of the Top 10 Threats to Global Health that it pledged to combat…View More Anti-Vaxxers Are Taking Over the World – but not the way you think
In 2016, a group of polar explorers made an astounding discovery in northern Canada. The long-lost HMS Terror, last seen almost 170 years previously when…View More The Polar War
While the world is consumed with Brexit, Trump’s scandals, and numerous Twitter wars, the political turmoil in Venezuela remains a cogent yet underrepresented issue. Politicians…View More Who is Juan Guaidó?
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
Gustavo Viegas takes us through the trial of Joaquín Guzmán and why a lifetime in prison for ‘El Chapo’ won’t be nearly enough to solve the drug cartel problem in Latin America.View More Narcos: El Chapo’s Trial and Drug Violence in Latin America
As the Brexit deadline approaches, MPs have yet to reach a deal to determine the country’s future outside of the European Union. The United Kingdom…View More The Irish Backstop: What is it, and what does it mean for Brexit?
With many of U.S. President Donald Trump’s appearances on the media dominated by the subject, those who have not encountered his frequent lambasting of the…View More Iraqi resource dependence and Trump’s Iran policy: a circle that can’t be squared?
Leo Janjgava tells us a bit about the history and the relevance of the French Foreign Legion.View More The French Foreign Legion in a Nutshell
Sea currents know no borders. For centuries they have carried thoughts and language, flotsam and jetsam, and small boats with their human cargos from Jeju…View More The Border Lives: South Korea, 6 Dead Girls, and 500 Refugees
Off the East Coast of Australia lies one of the most vibrant and important coral reefs on Earth– The Great Barrier Reef. This oceanic hotspot…View More Why Sea-Turtles are Likely to go Extinct from Climate Change
Picture Princes Street on a sunny, crisp Edinburgh morning, lined from one end to another with your favourite stores: Topshop, Primark, H&M, Zara, Urban Outfitters,…View More The Clothes On Our Backs And Their Impact
It’s not often that two prime ministers live less than a mile apart. It is, however, a lot rarer when they both claim the same…View More Sri Lanka: A Tale of Two Premiers