Africa

Zuma And The Legacy Of Mandela

After repeated accusations of corruption Jacob Zuma, the 4th President of South Africa, left the office in February 2018 after…

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Environment

A Tale Of Coal And the Big Chill: The Outcomes Of The Katowice Climate Summit

The start of December 2018 in Europe resembled the many Decembers before it. Cities and towns across the continent decorated…

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Activism

Feminism In Tunisia

Since the commencement of the Arab Spring in 2011, attention has focused on the different outcomes in the related countries.…

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Africa

The Heart Of Africa is Bleeding Out: The Forgotten War In DR Congo

The Democratic Republic of Congo is potentially one of the richest countries on earth, but colonialism, slavery and corruption have…

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South America

The Pursuit Of Political Change In Venezuela

Venezuela, once the richest country in South America due to its oil reserves, is currently crippled by a deep economic…

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Asia

The Chinese Crackdown In Xinjiang

The Chinese government has recently legalized the internment camps that are located in Xinjiang. The internments camps are, according to…

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Asia

The Oxymoron Of Forced Sincerity

Drawing comparison to real life from George Orwell’s 1984 is undoubtedly a tired cliché. But when it comes to making…

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Activism

Masters Of The Land

Sápmi is the Sami people’s name for a region stretching between northern Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Kola Peninsula in…

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Africa

Technological Leapfrogging And Development: The Example Of Kenya

Credit card companies have been flourishing in the West since the middle of the last century. The basic premise of…

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Democracy

Spanish Populism Is On The Rise

Within the last few years we have seen a worryingly upward trend in the number of parties categorized as far…

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