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: 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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By Max Hubscher, Associate Editor On October 4, 2019, one tweet, and its subsequent fallout showed the influence that a foreign government can have over an American company.  On that day, Daryl Morey, the General Manager of the Houston Rockets …

The NBA’s China Debacle: How Corporations Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Chinese Market Read more »

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By Grace Mandry, Associate Editor For the past two weeks, the world has watched as conflicts unfolded in Northern Syria, Turkey, and the streets of Hong Kong. Meanwhile, in South America, thousands of protestors shut down the streets of Quito, …

Ecuador Agrees to Resume Fuel Subsidies After Weeks of Violent Protests Read more »

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