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Iran’s new revolutionary generation?

Last month, Iranians celebrated the 39th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution which led to the downfall of the Pahlavi Shah…

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From hashtags to action: what next for #MeToo?

For the most part, powerful women. For the most part, influential women. For the most part, white women. #MeToo is…

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Arms

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics: a white out for Korean Diplomacy

A white out, in skiing describes the weather conditions where already low visibility drops to almost nothing. This essentially illustrates…

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A passport to ethical travel?

In a world where travel, in particular flying, is becoming increasingly affordable and accessible, why wouldn’t we take advantage of…

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Should we fear artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence is a rather attentive subject. Most people seem to agree that this new fascinating technology will, or at…

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Brace yourself: Italian elections are coming

On March 4th, Italians will go to the polls to choose new and incumbent members of Parliament. The party or…

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Bursting the Bitcoin Bubble

We are in the midst of a Bitcoin bubble, and it’s bursting. Fast. The value of Bitcoin skyrocketed in 2017…

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Africa

Zuma out! Zooming in on South African politics

The African National Congress (ANC) is undoubtedly the most popular political party in South Africa. They were a driving force…

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“I want to become a YouTuber”

Last year’ s Christmas family gathering was a good reminder of how bad I am at defending my life choices, and…

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Arms

Operation Olive Branch: a conflict between two American allies

On the 21st of January, the Turkish prime minister declared that Turkish troops, together with Turkish-allied Syrian rebels, had crossed…

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