North America

America: The Neoliberal Empire

We live in a world that prizes the competition in markets unencumbered by government intervention. The largely accepted role of government is not to provide the necessary amenities for their lives of citizens, but to allow those citizens to compete among one another, in a rapidly monopolizing playing field, to earn that which social democratic
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The Great Reset

Dystopian Disaster or Universal Utopia

The year is 2030. You own nothing, but you are happy about it. You do not need private property, possessions or privacy. Why would you? Everything you could ever need is provided to you by the government and big corporations. Life as we know it is now digitalised. All communication is digital; we have a
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Crossing the Line

A Surge in the Border Crisis

The border crisis between the United States and Mexico is a story as old as time. Dating back to 1904, border patrol or Mounted Guards were placed along the Texas/Mexico border to prevent illegal crossings. Although the patrol was always there, it wasn’t until the 1980s and 1990s when cartels, corrupt governments, drugs, unstable living,
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Europe

Latin America

Middle East

“Death to France”

Why is the French Republic trapped in the crosshairs of radical Islamists?

Since 2012 there have been 95 recorded incidents of Islamist terrorism in Europe, collectively claiming 373 lives. Of these, 28, or almost 30%, have taken place on French soil, amounting to 265 victims, over 70% of the total body count. What exactly have the French people or the Republic they inhabit and embody done to deserve such a vile fate in the minds of
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The Abraham Accords

The Newest Peace Treaty in the Middle East: Will It Actually Bring Peace?

When Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the world held its breath. Shortly afterward, he moved the United States embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem as a political statement. Some applauded the president and others were fearful of a future war. Over the last three years, it seems that the president of the
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Australia

112 Long Days of Hibernation: The Story of Melbourne’s COVID-19 Battle So Far

The second wave of toilet paper hoarding hit Australia in late June, and purchase limits were reintroduced in the country’s biggest supermarket chains. However, life is slowly starting to pick up its pace again in Melbourne and the entire state of Victoria after one of the world’s strictest COVID-19 lockdowns of nearly four months. Melbourne,
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Australia’s Green Future

In an increasingly aware global population, sustainable and clean energy sources are topics almost everyone have heard of by now. The recent environmental catastrophes due to global warming include Australia. Australia is both a significant exporter and user of coal. It is also the world’s largest coal exporter, with over half of its energy exports
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Beyond Borders