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Horror in Myanmar

The history of the Rohingya people in Myanmar and the examination of the escalation of the current refugee crisis.

ISIS Capital has Fallen

After many months of bombings and fighting, isis’s capital city has fallen to coalition forces.

The Next ‘Cold War’

Russia has been building military bases in the Arctic, trying to gain a foothold in an increasingly important region.

Abe’s Arrows

Prime Minister Shinzō Abe has recently been re-elected to a second term due to his so far successful economic policies known as Abenomics.


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Bombing in Somalia

By Philip Matteini

Plagued by terrorism for the last 20 years, 350 people were recently killed by a bomb in the Somali capital.

The Fresh Prince of Arabia

By Marco Chapa

Prince Mohammed looks to bring economic and social reform to Saudi Arabia.

Alibaba’s Ambitious Agenda

By Will Zinterhofer

Founder Jack Ma is not content with one market dominance and wants to expand Alibaba globally.

Earthquakes Unite Mexico

By Posie Millett

Two devastating earthquakes hit Mexico last month. How have politicians reacted, and how have their actions changed since Mexico’s last major natural disaster?

Is it Time for a ‘Rexit?’

By Natalie Simpson

With morale low and the State Department understaffed, Rex Tillerson might need to step down.

Step Up the Sanctions

By Sebastian Frankel

Even if they affect China, the United States needs to increase sanctions on North Korea.