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A Crowded Field: The 2020 United States Elections

A Crowded Field: The 2020 United States Elections

November 18, 2019

The US 2020 elections may seem far away but the aggressive campaigning has already begun. With four debates that have taken place so far, the democratic race is in full swing however with a crowded fi...

Donald Trump Will Cruise to Reelection Moody’s Financial Analytics Predict

Donald Trump Will Cruise to Reelection Moody’s Financial Analytics Predict

November 18, 2019

In just under a year, voting will be held for the 46th president of the United States of America. The acrimonious rivalry between the liberals and the conservatives continues to divide the country, and once...

What Do the Differences in the News Coverage of the Protests of Hong Kong and Barcelona Reveal About the Current State of the Western Media?

What Do the Differences in the News Coverage of the Protests of Hong Kong and Barcelona Reveal About the Current State of the Western Media?

November 16, 2019

If you have been following the news these last few months you have probably heard of the political unrest in Hong Kong. If you have paid a little more attention down your newspaper’s news feed you probab...

An Insight into the Spanish-Catalan Crisis

An Insight into the Spanish-Catalan Crisis

March 21, 2019

Europe has proven in many ways that its fragility should not be looked over. It is a complex ecosystem where different countries with different cultures and languages coexist and cooperate. Its unity is a c...

How language influences rape culture

How language influences rape culture

March 20, 2019

Walking through a school hallway, walking through Frankfurt or talking with your male friends or siblings, you might come across a few phrases that have become all too common, “we just got raped” or...

American Government Shutdown: Who is to blame?

American Government Shutdown: Who is to blame?

March 20, 2019

The 2018-19 American government shutdown lasted 35 days and affected the lives of over 800,000 federal workers. It was one of the most divisive in history, beginning because of a spending bill but becoming...

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