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It is no secret that President of the United States, Barack Obama, has been desperately trying to close down Guantanamo Bay, the American military prison…View More Closing its Doors? A Look At The Recent Release of Prisoners From Guantanamo Bay Detention Centre
In a sensational combination of power, wealth, and financial secrecy, the now ubiquitous ‘Panama Papers’ revealed a treasure trove of previously inaccessible information about the…View More Barely Legal: The Ethical Implications of the Panama Papers
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The American F-15 has been rolling off the production line since 1970 but in its forty-five-year history, nothing has been as impressive as the impunity…View More Islamic State, The Libyan Liability and the F-15 Solution?
The United States’ enhanced interrogation programme originated in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and became an important aspect of the subsequent War on…View More Enhanced Interrogation and the War on Terror: Past and Present
The counter-terrorism policy recommendation to ‘learn to live with terrorism’ will most likely ignite irritation or even outrage when presented to policy makers or the…View More Western Governments Should Learn to Live with Terrorism
Hunger is, at its root, one of the oldest problems to plague the human race. Currently there are reportedly over 800 million people suffering from…View More Feeding the Hungry: More Harm Than Good?
Security fears in Europe have substantially heightened, especially after 130 people were killed in the November 2015 Paris terrorist attacks. The attacks, beyond sending shockwaves across…View More Boosting Intelligence Sharing Between France, the United States, and the European Union
Pope Francis, an Argentinian and lifelong advocate for the downtrodden, visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday, tracing the path of the millions who have emigrated…View More Pope Plays His Trump Card During Visit to Mexico