Written by: Esther Kim, Associate Editor The events of January 6, 2021 have raised multiple and concerning inquiries into what constitutes American democracy. The storming of the Capitol shocked individuals domestically, as well as abroad and in response, world leaders …

“Democracy” on Display: World Leaders Respond Read more »

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Written by: Matthew McCartin, Associate Editor For nearly forty days, Indian farmers and workers have taken to the streets of India to protest new agricultural legislation passed by the Indian government that would deregulate Indian agriculture and encourage farmers to …

Millions of Indian Farmers Protest Anti-Labor Legislation: Indication of the Need for a Stronger International Labor Organization. Read more »

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Written by: Margaret Santandreu, Associate Editor For years there has been an ongoing maritime claims dispute over the South China Sea among various countries including China, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei. The dispute is over territorial control, freedom …

South China Sea Dispute Read more »

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Written by: Lindsay Durkin, Associate Editor In the recent weeks and months, the Middle East has seen steps towards increased stability and peace. On October 23, 2020. A phone call between United States President, Donald Trump, Israel Prime Minister, Benjamin …

Peace, the Middle East, and $335 Million Dollars? Read more »

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Written by: Sofia Calabrese, Associate Editor Eight months after unprecedented travel restrictions in Europe due to the novel coronavirus began, European countries have begun closing down their borders for the second time as a new wave of the virus surges …

European Lockdowns and the Effect on Migrant Workers in the European Union Read more »

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Written by: Jamie Davila, Associate Editor Covid-19 has disrupted the global economy for months, shutting down virtually every industry worldwide. As countries began to grasp and contain the outbreak of new cases of the virus, their economies have commenced the …

The Race for Economic Recovery : China v. U.S. Read more »

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Written by: Christopher Waters, Associate Editor An area of the Southern Caucuses which most around the globe have scarcely heard of is experiencing intense civil strife and demonstrates the need for stronger global leader involvement. Indeed, the Nagorno-Karabakh region is …

Nagorno-Karabakh Demands Intervention Read more »

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By Audrey Bimbi, Associate Editor COVID-19 has caused disruptions in more ways that many could have anticipated. Now added to the list of disruptions is the virus’ threat to democracy and the right to vote. As of April 15, 2020, …

‘OUR RIGHT TO VOTE’: HOW COVID-19 IS INFECTING DEMOCRACY AROUND THE WORLD Read more »

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By Elena Delella, Associate Editor As of April 7th, 2020, the number of confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases has risen to 1,280,000, while the global death toll has reached 72,780. COVID-19’s rapid spread has led to a global scramble for …

Global Mask Treasure Hunt Ensues Amid Rapid COVID-19 Spread Read more »

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By Gabriel Diaz, Associate Editor  On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization designated coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a global pandemic. With nearly 700,000 confirmed cases and 34,000 deaths globally COVID-19 has quickly become the only topic of conversation. Cities around the …

Governments Across the World Race to Buy Medical Equipment in order to Respond to COVID-19’s Increasing Reach Read more »

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