Day: September 17, 2022

East African Leaders Agree To Troop Deployment In The DRC

As the devastating war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) rumbles on, pressure continues to mount on the nation’s leaders to bring about a rapid denouement of a seemingly never-ending affair. East African countries have persistently worried about political insecurity in the region, and have viewed the DRC as

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Nicaraguan Catholic Bishop Under House Arrest At President’s Order

On August 19th, police raided the home of Catholic Bishop Rolando Álvarez, a prominent critic of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, and placed him under house arrest while taking seven of his colleagues to jail. This raid is the most recent example of escalating tensions between the Nicaraguan government and the

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The Problems With Overturning Roe v. Wade

In the United States, the summer of 2022 was extremely eventful in the political world. With people still coming to terms with the details of the Uvalde school shooting that happened in late May, it seemed that the brief period of somewhat calm in the middle of June was instantly

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