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Why Voter ID Requirements Are Bad For Democracy

The UK Conservative Party released their 2017 manifesto today in preparation for the upcoming election. Entitled “Forward, Together; Our Plan for a Stronger Britain and a Prosperous Future,” the majority of their pledges were fairly predictable. Changes like the slashing of their already diminished immigration allowance, increased defense spending, dropping […]


State Of Emergency Declared As Cholera Hits Yemeni Capital

A state of emergency has been declared in the Yemeni capital Sanaa due to a rising number of cholera cases. The announcement was made on Sunday by the city’s health ministry shortly after the International Red Cross revealed that the cholera epidemic has already claimed the lives of at least […]


Mental Health Crisis: The Role Of Capitalism

While mental health treatment, the examination and defining of specific problems, is still a rudimentary art, the most quantifiable outcome of mental illness is seen when a person chooses to end their own life. Unfortunately, psychologists still hold differing opinions on the source of mental health problems in modern society. […]


Outbreak Of Knife Violence In England: The Result Of Lack Of Trust In Police

Cases of knife crime are rising in England, and the public is worried. Young people, mainly men, arming themselves with knives has become a trend in Britain. A recent report from the Metropolitan Police provides data asserting that in this year alone, knife crimes in Britain has increased by 24 […]


Sub-Saharan Africa In The Post-Brexit Era: Improving Security Through Trade

The Brexit referendum revealed the polarization of British politics, the increasing resistance to a centralized London economy, and to a greater extent the centralization of politics in Westminster. The domestic concerns and opportunities behind the UK’s future departure from the EU and its single market are widely discussed, but what does it mean […]