Global Events

Current ArticlesFeb-2018Global Events

It’s Just Business

By: Alex Bornemisza Former Board Chair for the New York Public Interest Research Group “It’s just business,” every one of ...
Current ArticlesFeb-2018Global Events

Circle of Interventions

By: Marshall Ulger The 1953 Iranian coup d’etat, the 1954 Guatemalan coup d’etat, the 1961 Cuba Bay of Pigs invasion, the ...
Global EventsJan 2018Opinion Pieces

The Rohingya Genocide

DAKHINPARA, BANGLADESH – Rohingya refugees jump from a wooden boat as it begins to tip over after travelling from Myanmar, ...
Global EventsJan 2018

Biting the Bit

By: Nick Vasiliou In 2009 the world was introduced to what we know today as Cryptocurrency, launched by an individual or ...
Global Events

Malala Yousafzai and the Dynamics of Story-Telling

By: Naila Sahar My relationship with Malala Yousafzai, the famous youngest Nobel prize winner from Pakistan, has been very ambivalent. ...
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Debating Jerusalem

By: Schondra Aytch Last week, Trump acknowledged Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Breaking a 70-year peace consensus, Trump’s decision ...
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Lab Made Meat

By: Schondra Aytch Food-tech company Memphis Meats, is challenging the conventional meat industry. The San Francisco start-up which makes American ...
Global EventsOct -2017

Deflating HIV’s Stigma

By: Brittany Friedel On September 7, 2017, the CDC gave a landmark announcement about the HIV/AIDS virus. After conducting multiple studies ...
Global EventsOct -2017

Leonardo Storms Against Climate Change

By: Schondra Aytch When most people think of Leonardo Dicaprio, they imagine the fresh-faced heartthrob that stole America’s heart as ...
Global EventsOct -2017

Hurricane Nate expected to sweep Gulf Coast

By: Patrick Koster Twitter: @KatPoster   While reparations estimated over $154 billion are being made to areas affected by Hurricanes Irma ...