Daily Archives: October 13, 2017


Revise Chinese Anti-corruption Campaign Since 2012

On October 18th, 2017, the Communist Party of China (CPC) will hold its 19th National Congress to determine the members of its Central Political Bureau and establish its direction for the next five years. Simultaneously, one of the focal points of media discussion involves the Anti-corruption Campaign. China’s Anti-corruption Campaign began […]


Lives Saved: The Importance Of Effective Public Communication During Heat Waves

As the approaching spectre of climate change threatens to shift the world’s delicate systems out of balance, one type of emergency that is easily underestimated, yet highly impactful, is the complications of heat waves. Though one may scoff at the possible detriment, such attitudes have had severe consequences in the […]


U.S., Turkey Suspend Visa Services Over Security Concerns

On Sunday 8th October 2017, U.S-Turkey relations took a turn for the worse as both governments announced the scaling back of visa issuing services in each other’s countries. This comes amid increased tensions between Washington and Ankara after a Turkish staffer was arrested at the U.S consulate in Turkey for […]


The Liberian Election: Looking Back At Progress Made Under Africa’s First Female President

Hours after polls closed for Liberia’s October 10th presidential election, voters were still waiting in queues expected to hold them until dawn. Liberian election legislation requires a result of 50 percent of the vote plus 1 for a candidate to be successfully elected as president. With 20 candidates currently up […]