Impeachment Inquiry Part 2

On July 25, 2019, President Donald Trump allegedly offered a “Quid Pro Quo” to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during a phone call in which he stipulated that military assistance to Ukraine would be withheld unless he publicly investigated Trump’s political rival’s son, Hunter Biden, and his relationship to Burisma. This phone call has been at... Continue Reading →

UK Election Round-Up

Jeremy Corbyn (left), Labour Party and opposition leader, will attempt to earn a majority in the UK House of Commons and unseat Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson (right) as Prime Minister on December 12 Labour Party: The Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, has based their platform in increased spending on housing and climate change... Continue Reading →

The Most Important Crime Paul Manafort Committed

Mueller’s Investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives is all over the news these days. One after another, those closest to the President have been indicted for a slew of serious crimes. Many key players have now pled guilty and received sentences for anything from money laundering to fraud to tax... Continue Reading →

Italy & The European Migrant Crisis

The Politics of Immigration in Italy and Europe Quibbl explains where the European migrant crisis starts and asks what might happen next By Nora Jaquemet with Ben Purcell From a US travel ban to an EU summit in Paris, effects of the European migrant crisis are felt all over the world, but the movement of refugees from... Continue Reading →

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