Written by: Justin Lange, Associate Editor             It was made evidently apparent to me, and from a rather young age I might add, that there is an important difference to be found between “acting” and “being.” For me, this became …

Biden on Russia: Imposing Another Round of Sanctions, but Expecting Different Results? Read more »

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Written by: Alyssa Christian, Associate Editor If Google’s search engine could judge its users’ searches, before Monday, it definitely would have cringed at the question of whether application programming interface (API) codes are protected by copyright.  That is because Google …

Did the Supreme Court TRIP on its Latest Copyright Decision? Read more »

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Written by: Morgan Hutchinson, Associate Editor Last month, more than 100,000 migrant families crossed the US-Mexico border without authorization. The fifteen-year high begs the question as to when the open border policy President Biden once promised will finally be enacted, …

A Surge of Mexican Migrants Call into Question the ‘Open-Border’ Policy Biden Promised Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Scott Aitken             The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) announced the launch of another organization called the Islamic State Central Africa Province (ISCAP) in April 2019 to promote the presence of ISIS elements in …

The Biden Administration’s Fight Against Terrorism in the DRC, Mozambique, and Potentially the World Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Orlando Delgado             The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has hit the global market and economy relatively hard among other industries. One business in particular, the movie theater industry, has been one of the industries hit the hardest. …

Is COVID-19 Going To Be the Death of Movie Theaters? Not in Japan Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Aaron Strom On the week of February 16, 2021, it was reported that North Korean hackers attempted to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine information from Pfizer. South Korea’s National Intelligence Service informed lawmakers that the hack was …

North Korea Hacks Pfizer in an Attempt to Obtain the COVID-19 Vaccine as Country Suffers Under the Weight of Corona Virus and Sanctions Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Julia Kelly The global fall of oil prices in 2014, among many other factors, caused Venezuela’s economy to crash. Venezuela has since experienced years of economic crisis, which has left its toll on many Venezuelan families, …

Contraceptive Shortages in Venezuela Denies Women Their Right to Family Planning and Forces Thousands Into Pregnancy Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Mazaher Kaila The status of women in family law is roughly correlated with a country’s traditional legal system. Although, women are not equal to men in all systems ,women rights has long been an issue specifically …

The Fight for Freedom: Sex Discrimination in Family Law Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Rachel Combs             Tens of thousands of people gathered in cities and towns across Russia over the weekend protesting the current detention of opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. Navalny was arrested January 17th after returning from Germany …

Moscow, We Have a Problem: Current Protests in Russia a Sign of Trouble for Putin? Read more »

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Written by: Associate Editor, Gabriella Verdone In one of his first acts as president, Joe Biden signed an executive order issuing the United States’ return to the Paris Climate Agreement. In 2017, former President Trump announced that the United States …

Back to the Future: US Going Green Read more »

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