India’s Pandemic is Bad, But Don’t Forget About the Farmer Protests

by Meheer CommuriImage: Gayatri Malhotra / Unsplash The recent and current media fever about India is, rightly, related to the country’s vicious yet losing battle with the covid pandemic. Headlines continue to expose the grave health crisis and its disastrous handling by the Indian government. All for good reasons too, as India’s total COVID-19 caseload surges past 25 million, the world ought to care. This … Continue reading India’s Pandemic is Bad, But Don’t Forget About the Farmer Protests

Spain, The Real Colonialist: Ceuta, Melilla, and the Moroccan Sahara

by Douaa QadadiaImage: NormanEinstein / CreativeCommons Brief History of Ceuta and Melillia  Ceuta and Melilla are geographically placed in very strategic locations. They are close to Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.  The story of these two Spanish enclaves is complex and goes back for centuries. The main inhabitants of the land were the Amazigh (indigenous people of North Africa) and various Arab tribes. In the … Continue reading Spain, The Real Colonialist: Ceuta, Melilla, and the Moroccan Sahara

Australia’s Shocking Pandemic

by AnonymousImage: Pexels Free Photos Australia’s Shocking Pandemic Another pandemic has hit Australia but this time it is not something that can be solved by washing your hands or wearing a mask. Rather, it has spread through schools, households and most notably, the Australian Government. The pandemic of discussion is one comprised of sexual assault and misconduct that has been brought to light in recent … Continue reading Australia’s Shocking Pandemic

An Aging Population: What does that Mean?

by Irina JiangImage: empty007 An Aging Population: What does that Mean? In November and December 2020, China conducted its seventh national census with early reports expected in April 2021. Though it is already May, the National Bureau of Statistics has not yet disclosed their data, and with rumours of a significant decline in working population percentage and abolishment of one-child-policy in 2016, the delay in an … Continue reading An Aging Population: What does that Mean?

Is a GOP Split Inevitable or Is Trump’s Grip on the Party Too Strong?

by AkinaImage: arizonaguardian / Flickr It is indisputable that the future of the Republican Party is uncertain after the end of Donald Trump’s presidency on the 20th of January this year. The exit of the former president left the Republican Party at a crossroads on whether Republicans should stay committed to Trump, or withdraw due to how far he has strayed from standard conservatism. A … Continue reading Is a GOP Split Inevitable or Is Trump’s Grip on the Party Too Strong?

Is capitalism truly the “best” economic system? (Spoiler: It’s not)

by Douaa QadadiaImage: Kevin Doncaster / Flickr Is capitalism truly the “best” economic system? (Spoiler: It’s not)  What is capitalism?  We’ve all heard about the American Dream. It’s the belief that if you work hard, you are guaranteed financial success, however, we know that that’s far from the truth, and much too often, people work hard to find themselves nonetheless struggling economically. The system that … Continue reading Is capitalism truly the “best” economic system? (Spoiler: It’s not)

Has Brexit Reawakened ‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland?

by Chris PrattImage: Tovarisch14 / Flickr When the United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the European Union (EU) in June 2016, it was not long before concerns were raised with regards to how Brexit would impact the Good Friday Agreement. The Good Friday Agreement helped to bring peace to Northern Ireland in 1998 after the region had been rocked with over 30 years of deadly … Continue reading Has Brexit Reawakened ‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland?

Why the Indianapolis Shooting Reopened Old Wounds for the Sikh Community.

by Heeya FirdausImage: The American Bazaar Mere days after the cherished Sikh festival, “Vaisakhi”, four members of the Sikh community lost their lives to a shooting in Indianapolis that left eight dead and several others injured. The shooting occurred on April 15th when the gunman entered a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. The devastating incident was a massive blow to the Sikh community as they once … Continue reading Why the Indianapolis Shooting Reopened Old Wounds for the Sikh Community.

The Biden Administration Must Push Harder for Navalny’s Release

by Yug YadavaImage: Liza Pooor / Unsplash On August 20, 2020, Alexei Navalny was hospitalized in Siberia, Russia after he reported pain when boarding a plane. This pain was later to be revealed as an effect of the nerve agent, Novichok—the same poison used by the Russian officials under Vladimir Putin to eliminate Navalny as he was Russia’s political opposition leader and a “threat” to … Continue reading The Biden Administration Must Push Harder for Navalny’s Release

Afro-Brazilian Women Run for Office: The Answer to Underrepresentation

by: AnonymousImage: PT na Câmara / Flickr Race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, and social standing are just some examples of  what makes people different from one another. These differences, along with many others, are what make diversity possible in our world. Unfortunately, for all of those who believe that diversity is a source of beauty, there are just as many people who use these differences … Continue reading Afro-Brazilian Women Run for Office: The Answer to Underrepresentation