Debate

The Minimum Wage

A Debate on How to Effectively Help Those in Need

The minimum wage has always been the cause of much debate and controversy in economic and political circles. Recently, there was much debate over the United State’s proposal to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour. While proponents of the minimum wage argued that it was essential to ensure a living wage for workers,
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DIVIDE ET IMPERA?: THE BIG TECH DEBATE

By Stefania-Ruxandra Pila and Julia Collado Serrano

In recent years, consumer privacy and antitrust have emerged as issues with controversial and dualistic support. In light of the antitrust investigations by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) against Big Tech companies Google and Facebook for allegedly abusing their monopoly power, many argue that little progress has been made on the issue of privacy protection.
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Rostra Debates, America Decides

US presidential election debate by Stefania-Ruxandra Pila and Miguel Adan-Marquez

The United States of America has worked on the principles of a two-party system since 1850. Ever since, the dichotomy between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party has stirred debates and encouraged reflecting on how political dynamics should work and on what everyday life should look like. As the elections are approaching rapidly, and
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A European Fiscal Union? No, Thank You

Before addressing the topic of a European fiscal union, it is important to remember that the EU is made up out of different countries. These nations are represented by their elected governments who in turn have to create solutions for local problems. This is important because of the fact that local government is closer to
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