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?

New Zealand: Ahead of the curve on Miscarriage Paid Leave

by Tatyana BaldwinImage: Spi-V / Flickr The terms miscarriage and stillbirth are applied to a pregnancy that leads to the loss of the baby. Both of these events cause unmeasurable grief and pain for the parents. As with any loss, it takes time to heal and accept the reality of the loss. For this reason, it is vitally important that the severity of these situations … Continue reading New Zealand: Ahead of the curve on Miscarriage Paid Leave

What’s Next for African Agricultural Sectors?

by Monique KasongaImage: Luigi Guarino / Flickr Within the last decade, there has been a quick and urgent surge in the use of new agricultural technologies within Western countries. As defined by Project Breakthrough, digital agriculture utilizes new and advanced technologies that have been integrated into a singular system that enables farmers and other stakeholders within the agriculture value chain to improve food production by … Continue reading What’s Next for African Agricultural Sectors?

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?

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

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.

Tokenism in Australia Against the Aborigines

by Lindsay WongImage: k8rry / Flickr It’s no surprise that the Australian government and general public is hostile towards their indigenous people, just like Canada and the US. The country has a complicated relationship with the Aborigines, who have endured centuries of discrimination and violence since the arrival of settlers on the land. They have been repeatedly massacred, silenced and underrepresented in society; even now, … Continue reading Tokenism in Australia Against the Aborigines

Why Mental Health Mattered Yesterday, Matters today and Will Matter Tomorrow

by Sonia SaidImage: Andy Zurich / Flickr There might be no better time to talk about Mental Health than now. Why? Because like women’s day, everyday should be Mental Health awareness day. And during the current pandemic of the Covid-19, people have been more and more concerned. Mental health is an extensive part of our everyday lives, as it is associated with our well-being; more precisely, … Continue reading Why Mental Health Mattered Yesterday, Matters today and Will Matter Tomorrow

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Interview with an International Student from Azerbaijan

Written by: AnonymousImage: Sunghwan Yoon / Flickr The armed clashes erupted between Azerbaijan and Armenia last year over the disputed status of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region that was internationally recognized as Azerbaijan but had been run by ethnic Armenians since 1994. This war ended with a peace agreement that halted the Azerbaijani offensive and significantly reduced the size of the Armenian control. While the war itself … Continue reading Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Interview with an International Student from Azerbaijan