Daily Archives: April 11, 2017


The Rule Of The Gun

When I was young(er) one of my teachers asked everyone in my class what we wanted to be when we were older. This is a question that almost everyone if not everyone is asked at some point in their life. Doctor, nurse, neurosurgeon (because Ben Carson’s “Think Big” and “Gifted […]


UN Report Criticizes Bangladesh Over Extrajudicial Killings And Disappearances

A report issued by the United Nations Working Group on Involuntary and Enforced Disappearances last week strongly criticized the government of Bangladesh, citing both the excessive use of force by state actors and a “high rate” of extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances. The report called on the Bangladeshi government to […]


The Domino Effect Of Military Aggression: US Establishes Presence In Korean Waters

This past Sunday, a US military carrier diverted to the Western Pacific in light of escalating tensions over North Korea’s recent nuclear weapons testing. US Pacific Command spokesman Dave Benham justified these actions by stating that the ships were “to maintain readiness and presence in the Western Pacific.” Analysts have […]


US Warships Advance Towards Koran Peninsula

The United States’ warships have advanced towards the Korean Peninsula in the Western Pacific Ocean as a reactive show of force due to growing concerns about North Korea’s advancing weapons program. In a statement by the US navy’s Third Fleet on Saturday, the strike group had been directed to sail north, but it […]