Libyan Civil War Puts NATO In the Crosshairs

The effectiveness of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is once again being called into question as two NATO members—France and Turkey—inch closer and closer to a confrontation in Libya. The latest bout of drama started on June 10 when a French frigate serving on NATO’s operation Sea Guardian was allegedly targeted by the weapons radar... Continue Reading →

How Countries are Approaching Covid-19

With already over 1 million cases and at least 50,000 deaths worldwide, the Coronavirus is continuing to grow, and nations are responding in various ways to protect their citizens. As the number of cases continue to grow, experts have said there are four key factors that play a role in acquiring the virus: proximity, how long you are... Continue Reading →

Flirtations with the Far Right in Germany

With long-serving German Chancellor Angela Merkel set to step down next year, Germany finds itself at a crossroads entertaining the prospect of a far right resurgence, further weakening an already reeling European Union On February 10, 2020, German Minister of Defense Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced her intent to give up her post as president of the... 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 →

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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