Day: December 29, 2017

The European Union’s Polish Dilemma

The European Union has faced many obstacles over the last few years, ranging from the Greek debt crisis to the Syrian refugee crisis, and Brexit, with the latest concerning Poland. The last couple of years has seen Poland slide back from democratic ideals and seek to insert governmental control over

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Journalists In Mexico Continue To Be Killed Without Justice

The number of journalists killed worldwide on account of their work has gone down once again in 2017. However, journalists in Mexico faced a particularly deadly year. Outside of conflict zones, Mexico was the deadliest location for journalists. It has been reported by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CJP) that

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Kremlin To Investigate Vote Boycott Called By Navalny

The Kremlin on Tuesday announced its desire to see Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny investigated for calling a boycott to the March 2018 Russian Presidential Election. Just hours later, hundreds of Russian celebrities, sports personalities, and politicians gathered to officially nominate President Vladimir Putin for re-election, Reuters reported. He is expected to win easily.

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