Browsing Category

World

Chernobyl

Chernobyl series review: The political cost of lies

Chernobyl is an HBO’s five parts miniseries that deals with the nuclear accident in the North of Ukraine, a state member of the USSR at its time. It focuses on the preceding hours of the worst incident of this nature in human history, the succeeding efforts of the Government officials to try to minimize the perception of the risk and on the rogue citizens that tried to deal with the problem for what it really was, a disaster that threatened all kind of life in the whole continent.

CONTINUE READING
Huawei

Huawei : What is the Future of Huawei ?

Ren Zhengfei the founder and CEO of Huawei is a chairperson who must be under a lot of pressure to resolve issues facing the company he founded. Huawei the world’s largest telecommunications manufacturer and the second largest manufacturer of smartphones fell victim to the recent global trade tussle between the United States and China.

CONTINUE READING
migrants

Mexico’s commitment to restrict Migrants

It is quite clear now that illegal migration into the United States from Mexico is an issue that has undoubtedly been close to President Donald Trump’s heart. On his campaign trail, one of his most elaborate policy agenda was on immigration. He made it the centerpiece of his  successful campaign.

CONTINUE READING
Iran

Back to the future, factors contributing to IRAN tensions

The tension regarding Iran remains thick. The most recent news includes the US reinforcing bases in the Middle East, sending an aircraft carrier, and a B52 bomber squadron. General McKenzie commander of US forces in the region says Iran has taken a step back and reassessed its plans, but the danger remains and the tension with Iran didn’t arise overnight.

CONTINUE READING
Theresa May

Theresa May Resigns – The Present and Future of Brexit

Even though it was Peter Wilding, the founder of Centre for British Influence Through Europe, an independent cross-party, pro-single market, foreign affairs think-tank market in the United Kingdom, who coined the word ‘Brexit’, it was Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, who came up with ‘slow Brexit’.

CONTINUE READING
ISIS

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 […]

CONTINUE READING
New zealand Shootings

The New Zealand Shootings & Nigerian Killings

The city of Christchurch in New Zealand, also referred to as Garden city is known for its beautiful parks, gardens and tree-lined streets. However, it recently became infamous for a horrific incident of mass murder.
Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian born, white supremacist while live streaming on Facebook, walked into Masjid Al Noor mosque in the city during Friday prayers armed with automatic rifles. He proceeded to indiscriminately shoot and kill 50 Muslim worshipers and injuring 50 others.

CONTINUE READING
Boeing 737 max 8

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 […]

CONTINUE READING
Brexit

The Latest Brexit Votes: What Are Theresa May’s Options Now?

The Latest Brexit Votes: What Are Theresa May’s Options Now? The UK was supposed to leave the EU on March 29th, so this week marked the start of what was supposed to be Britain’s last two weeks in the EU. But with the British Parliament still torn in two, every proposed Brexit deal has been […]

CONTINUE READING
NATO

NATO and Trump’s Administration: not so obsolete after all

NATO and Trump’s Administration: not so obsolete after all -By Ivana Martac The importance of transatlantic bond may not be the highest priority of current US administration, but at the same time, it is not entirely true that the current state of the transatlantic partnership is all gloomy at the moment. The purpose of this […]

CONTINUE READING