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ISIS, How did we get here?

ISIS, How did we get here? -By Morgan Deane President Donald Trump took a small victory lap via tweet last week when he reminded everybody that American backed forces cleared the last stronghold of ISIS. While this is a very important victory over utter barbarians, the problems that created them in the first place remain […]

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The Boeing 737 MAX 8: What is the issue?

The Boeing 737 MAX 8: What is the issue? -By Heather McDonald On 10th March 2019, a barely four-month-old Boeing 737 max 8 operated by Ethiopian Airlines, with 157 people on board took off from Bole International airport in the Ethiopian capital Addis-Ababa destined for Nairobi Kenya. In what was expected to be about a […]

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Maduro’s dictatorship continues in Venezuela

With repression and evasive actions, Maduro’s dictatorship continues in Venezuela -By Jaime Luis Zapata Since our last post about the Venezuelan crisis, things have evolved rather quickly. An eventful breaking point was the humanitarian aid standoff on February 23. International donors, among them the United States and Canada, sent aid to help around 300,000 Venezuelans […]

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Yellow Vest protests and German/French agreement Update

Yellow Vest protests and German/French agreement Update The Yellow vest protests in France started in November 2018 to protest higher fuel prices from French President Macron’s green tax on fuel that went into effect at the beginning of 2019. The protests which have been ongoing and violent have remained a thorn in Macron’s presidency because 72 […]

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Venezuelan crisis
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The Venezuelan Crisis: An Update On The Stand-Off

The Venezuelan Crisis: An Update On The Stand-Off  Venezuelan crisis has been front page news for quite a while now, especially since the inauguration of President Maduro on 10th January. Rather than consolidate Maduro’s presidency, the inauguration sparked a series of events that led to Venezuela having not one, but two Presidents. Maduro became President […]

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