China’s Genocide of Uyghurs — China – in His image

Decrying “racial injustice” in America has become a prominent part of some U.S. companies’ public image. But when it comes to China committing “the largest incarceration of an ethno religious minority since the Holocaust,” they seem to think profits are more important. This summer, as anarchic protests tore through American cities, Nike made headlines after […]Continue reading “China’s Genocide of Uyghurs — China – in His image”

Iran Announces 20% Uranium Enrichment and Seizes South Korean Tanker In The Strait of Hormuz — Today’s Defense & International Relations Topics

Iran has been busy on this first Monday of the new year. The Iranian government announced it has started enriching uranium up to twenty percent at an underground facility at Fordo, a town situated south of the holy city of Qom. According to the announcement, orders for the enrichment were given personally by Iranian President […]Continue reading “Iran Announces 20% Uranium Enrichment and Seizes South Korean Tanker In The Strait of Hormuz — Today’s Defense & International Relations Topics”

Country Profile: Angola

Population Size: 30,136,000 Area: 1,246,700 km2 Main language(s): Portugese Primary religion(s): None Life expectancy: Male = 58.2, Female = 62.3 Geography: Variety of landscapes, including semi-desert bordering Namibia, a rainforest centre, and rugged highlands in the south. Current leader: João Lourenço Bordering countries: Namibia, Zambia, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Stability:Continue reading “Country Profile: Angola”

Country Profile: Algeria

Population Size: 43,053,054 Area: 2.382 million km² Main language(s): Algerian Arabic, Berber, French Primary religion(s): Sunni Islam Life expectancy: Male = 75.4, Female = 77.4 Geography: Mediterranean coastline, with a desert landscape Current leader: Abdelmadjid Tebboune Bordering countries: Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Libya, Tunisia. Across the water from Italy and Spain. Stability: Medium. Struggles withContinue reading “Country Profile: Algeria”

Who Is Senator Lindsey Graham?

This is going to be a nice and simple intro to Senator Lindsey Graham. Why him? Well, I stumbled across his name in a news article and realised that he was just a faceless blur to me. He may as well be a mannequin for all he meant to me. And I figured, as aContinue reading “Who Is Senator Lindsey Graham?”

We Can’t Forget Libya

It’s hard to believe that the Libyan Civil War only started back in 2014. It feels a lot longer, and it’s pretty sad to think that it’s never been resolved. There are a lot of parties involved, and I’m going to cover that here as simply as I can: The House of Representatives: Libyan NationalContinue reading “We Can’t Forget Libya”

Boris’ Britain vs An Irate Ireland

Northern Ireland was a major issue for the Brexit deal debates, one that no one really seemed to know how to fix. But Boris seems to have found a good deal for Northern Ireland after all the shouting and posturing of the past four years. The new agreement for Northern Ireland means that they willContinue reading “Boris’ Britain vs An Irate Ireland”

Teachers, Apples, and Netanyahu

There’s something degrading about having food thrown at you. Usually it’ll be something like eggs or tomatoes, but in Israel one woman decided that these soft, breakable foods just didn’t do the trick. So she went for an apple. Zehava Brinish Beck, an Israeli teacher of Ethiopian origin, was sick of Netanyahu and his unfairContinue reading “Teachers, Apples, and Netanyahu”

What On Earth Are The Idlib Talks?

Erdogan and Putin are both notorious for their brutal, control seizing corruption and unbending wills. Both are deemed dangerous by the West, and rightly so. So what’s going to happen with these two dictators when they go head-to-head in a major argument? Well, over here we’re going to be grabbing the popcorn. But my guessContinue reading “What On Earth Are The Idlib Talks?”

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