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A UN Conference On Nuclear Disarmament Without The Nuclear States

This week the UN Conference to “Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading Towards Their Total Elimination” took place at the UN Headquarters in New York. The location is particularly poignant as the US has the largest nuclear weapon arsenal in the world and a president with […]


England And US Ban Electronics On Flights From Middle Eastern Countries

Without warning on Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that England would follow the United States’ example and ban certain electronic devices from flights originating from six Middle East countries. The announcement followed an earlier policy from the US Department of Homeland Security that bans “devices larger than a […]


Trump Administration Hosts Anti-ISIS Summit

President Donald Trump has invited 68 coalition nation’s fighting with Islamic State to meet in Washington. The Summit, which is a ministerial-level gathering of the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS, is led by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. It has been two years fighting against ISIS, and this meeting will […]


Scotland Calls For A Second Independence Referendum: What This Means For Their Future

The Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has made calls this past week for a second referendum on Scottish independence. This comes only three years after the last referendum, something that would seem unbelievable, except for the fact that the political landscape has changed completely: last June a monumental vote was […]


Decline of the European Union

Since the beginning of the 20th century, the nations of Europe have engaged in two World Wars, resulting in the destruction of empires, drastic hyperinflation of countries, and the death of millions of innocent people. In an attempt to prevent Europe from engaging in another unnecessary, bloody battle, the French foreign […]


The United Kingdom’s Moral Failure

Protection for those fleeing conflict appears to be a very low priority in the United Kingdom (UK) today. On February 8, 2017, the Conservative government quietly announced that it would accept 350 children into the UK under the Unaccompanied Child Refugee Programme. The Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill announced that “…this […]