Author: Timothy McGowan

Funding Cuts Could Spell Disaster for Haiti

In the midst of a stagnating economy, political turmoil, gang violence, and natural disasters, decreased funding of the UN World Food Program (WFP) puts a 100,00 Haitians at the risk of starvation. According to the Voice of America, Haiti has the second highest per capita food insecurity in the world,

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Geopolitical Implications of the Vilnius Summit

On July 11th and 12th, all NATO members met in Vilnius, Lithuania, to discuss security in the region and the future of their strategic military alliance. Just 20 miles from the Belarusian border, the summit sends a strong signal to Moscow and Minsk that NATO stands firm with Ukraine in

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Israel’s Raid On Jenin Fuels Tensions

On July 3rd, 2023, Israel raided a refugee camp in Jenin to confiscate weapons and kill suspected terrorists. The operation was met with Palestinian resistance, which escalated into fierce gun fights leaving 12 Palestinians dead. Despite only lasting till July 5th, the raid forcibly displaced 3,000 Palestinians and caused severe

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