Day: May 30, 2016

China’s Large Shadow Over the G7

The 2016 G7 summit was held in Japan, in an increasingly tension-filled region and amid rapid changes in the local political environment. Obama’s trip to Hiroshima is the first time a sitting U.S. president has visited the site. Happening almost concurrently with the summit, tensions between China and Japan are

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Dancing on Eggshells: War & Peace in Kenya

  All eyes are on Kenya the nation is set to hold elections on August 8th 2017.[1] It is feared that the country will plunge into chaos as it did after its 2007 – 2008 elections. This is mainly due to issues of hate speech, the politicization of ethnicity, and

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Taiwan Gets First Female President

Tsai Ing-Wen was recently sworn in as Taiwan’s first president, just months after her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) won a landslide victory in the elections. Known for their support of an independent Taiwan, this new development will likely have new consequences. In the day of independence, two nations have been

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