Day: September 18, 2022

Coming To Terms With The Colonial Past: Macron’s Visit In Algeria

On August 25th, Emmanuel Macron arrived in Algeria, five years after his last visit to the North African ex-colony. The goal of this three-day visit, which saw the French president accompanied by a delegation of over 90 politicians, businessmen, and intellectuals – including many bi-nationals – was to repair Franco-Algerian

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The Rise Of Christian Nationalism In The United States

The idea that the United States is based on Christianity, and, therefore, that Christianity should direct all of its policies has been a fringe belief for many decades, but the rise of far-right extremism has seemingly paved the way for the concept to become mainstream. Top-level Republicans are now echoing

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U.S. Sends Two Ships Through Taiwan Strait

Less than a month after U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan, the U.S. Navy sent the warships USS Chancellorsville and USS Antietam through the Taiwan Strait. The U.S. considers the strait international waters, a claim that China disputes, and has conducted other freedom of navigation manoeuvres in

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