Day: November 18, 2020

The Oil Spill Dilemma

Thousands of creatures on the seafloor of Russia’s Far East coast were found dead as a result of a toxic oil spill. The region is known for its vibrant marine life, where whales and seals are often seen, and is a popular spot for surfers. The initial cause for concern

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Surge Of Government Fraud And Misconduct Accusations Come In Response To The Reelection Of President John Magufuli

The reelection of Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Wednesday, October 28th – extending his presidency an additional 5 years – has been at the dismal of both his opposition and perhaps many other Tanzanians who simply desire a more free and stable country. The burgeoning of accusations throughout the process

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How Erdoğan’s Recent Frustration Towards Charlie Hebdo Reflects The Necessity Of Deconstructing Representations Of Muslim Communities

The French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, made headlines earlier this week for publishing a caricature of Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan wearing a white T-shirt and pair of underpants sitting next to a woman wearing a hijab. The image has been viewed by Erdoğan and many others in Turkey as both

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