Day: July 14, 2017

Russia’s Strategic Interests On The Korean Peninsular

This article will evaluate Russia’s strategic interests on the Korean Peninsular. Historically, Russia has condemned the growth in North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and provocative behaviour. However, recently, under the Presidency of Vladimir Putin, Russia has changed tact and instead seeks to mollify North Korea. This position is vastly different

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Would A European Peacekeeping Force Help Keep Regional Peace?

Rumours of EU armed forces marching under Brussels’ command always guarantee a mixed bag of responses: raised eyebrows among cynics; clenched fists among Eurosceptics; jitters in neutral countries. Time and again, Eurocrats and diligent commentators calm the waters and point to the political and practical realities. To quote EU High

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Papua New Guinea’s Election Marred By Irregularities

With the conclusion of the elections in Papua New Guinea, doubt has been cast over their impartiality. Despite their registration, thousands of names were left off of the electoral role, thereby preventing their participation in the election process. Further obstacles to public voting have included a delay in the distribution

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Palestinian Location Named UN World Heritage Site

Following the occupation of the Israeli military forces, Hebron, a Palestinian city located in the West Bank, has been plagued by war for many years. It is the largest city in the West Bank and is known as the Old City of Hebron. Hebron is known for its winding streets

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President Trump Meets With Prime Minister Modi

On June 26th, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with President Donald Trump in the White House to discuss various issues regarding Indo-U.S. relations. President Trump had previously expressed his desire to strengthen America’s relationship with India due to the country’s increasing economic strength and its strategic importance in the

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Erdogan’s Bodyguards “Not Welcome” At G20 Summit

Germany released a warning to Turkey that certain members of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s personal staff are not welcome at the G20 summit in Hamburg after a brawl erupted between Erdogan’s security team and protesters in Washington D.C. The G20 summit is a global convention of the twenty

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