Daily Archives: November 22, 2017

Unexpected Allies Russia, Turkey, And Iran United Under Common Goal: Reduce Violence In Syria

Russia, Turkey, and Iran’s leaders are preparing to partake in a summit this week to discuss matters regarding the reduction of violence in Syria. The leaders will aim to come up with methods to deliver humanitarian aid to the war-torn region as well as tactics to promote a political transition […]

Hunger Crisis In Yemen

As civil war continues in Yemen, a conflict that is tangled in complex regional geopolitics, the hunger crisis continues to worsen and seriously affect some 17 million of the country’s 28 million citizens. Saudi Arabia had enforced a complete blockade on the southern Arab nation in early November, preventing much […]

The Politics Of Wealth Leave Jacksonville Residents Vulnerable To Future Natural Disasters

When Hurricane Irma ripped through the Florida coast on Sunday September 10, it destroyed homes, downed trees, and displaced many people. The storm also shed light on one of the most overlooked problems with U.S. urban real estate, which is that almost always it is the poor who occupy properties […]