Daily Archives: November 26, 2019

The Hong Kong Protests: Aspirations, Tensions, And Freedom

The 9th of June 2019 saw an estimated one million people take to the streets to voice their concerns with the newly proposed extradition bill which would allow for criminal suspects to be extradited to China and Taiwan. This unprecedented response was founded on the backs of critics who warned […]

What Does The Upcoming Election Mean For The U.K.’s N.H.S.?

As debates between party leaders become more frequent, questions of what is important for the U.K. to consider in the upcoming election are asked. For the past three years, Brexit has dominated political discourse, being arguably the most topical and pressing issue for the U.K.. However, the N.H.S. has maintained […]

American Vice President Makes Surprise Visit To Iraq Amidst Political Turmoil

On Saturday the 23rd of November, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence made an unannounced visit to Iraq. This trip marks the first time Pence has travelled to the nation, with this visit serving multiple purposes. For American troops in the region, Pence’s visit served as a morale booster, with the […]