The Consequential Vote

by Phylicia AbaryImage: Artypixall / Flickr The Republic of the Philippines is going to hold its next presidential elections on the 9th of May, 2022. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the circumstances facing the ever-nearing election is a far cry from what the nation had encountered in 2016. With the date growing closer by the day, it is imperative that the past six years be put … Continue reading The Consequential Vote

Indo-Pakistani Conflict: the Underlying History of Border Armed Conflicts

by Jessie Jin Image: Tor Lundgren/Flickr In November 2020, a major exchange of gunfire occurred in the disputed region of Kashmir, marking the latest development in an ongoing series of armed clashes between India and Pakistan known as the India-Pakistan border skirmishes. The November border skirmishes have left at least 22 dead, including 11 civilians. This dispute took place along the Line of Control, the … Continue reading Indo-Pakistani Conflict: the Underlying History of Border Armed Conflicts

The United States Needs Iran like it needs Saudi Arabia

By Yug Yadava  Image Credit: Lobe Log The United States’ relationship with the two dominant forces in the Middle East, Iran, and Saudi Arabia has seen its fair shares of highs and lows over the past fifty years. Iran and the United States had a working relationship with each other from 1953 to 1979 after the overthrow of Iran’s democratically elected leader. The two countries … Continue reading The United States Needs Iran like it needs Saudi Arabia