The Next Election in France: A Turning Point

by Sonia SaidImage: Ilnur Kalimullin / Unsplash France is a leading country in terms of cultural influence but its domestic issues are changing the country. In that perspective, the next elections will be key in understanding the views of the people. According to some experts, the two candidates expected to lead the pools are the same as in the last round of the 2017 presidential … Continue reading The Next Election in France: A Turning Point

Denial, Disdain & Delusion : How PM Modi steered India into a COVID nightmare

by Heeya FirdausImage: Mufid Majnun / Unsplash As the first wave of COVID-19 ebbed towards the end of last year, India’s leaders prematurely declared “victory” over the disease and proceeded to mislead the public into living a dangerously care-free life. India’s Prime Minister Modi was at the helm of perpetuating this illusion. What followed was an obvious, almost step-by-step, descent into chaos and carnage caused … Continue reading Denial, Disdain & Delusion : How PM Modi steered India into a COVID nightmare

Questionable Effectivity: the Duterte Administration’s ‘War on Drugs’

by Phylicia Abary Image: Colin Davis on Unsplash An overview on the ‘War on Drugs’ During Duterte’s  presidential campaign in 2016, he claimed that one of the most rampant issues in the Philippines was the usage of illegal drugs. Duterte pledged that if he were to be elected into office, criminal activity concerning drugs would be a focal point of action for his administration. Ever … Continue reading Questionable Effectivity: the Duterte Administration’s ‘War on Drugs’

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

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)