Rogue States And The Rise of Terrorism
You’d agree that one of the most common questions about terrorism is what causes terrorism? A large number of people feel...World AffairsJanuary 19, 2021
What Does Africa Teach Us About Imported Democracy?
There are many wrong ideas people have about Africa. Even right in this decade, some people still think the entire continent...World AffairsJanuary 12, 2021
The Fine Line Between Intolerance And Freedom Of Expression
Do you dream of living in a world where you have to be careful of every word you use? No one...World AffairsJanuary 5, 2021
How Do US-China Relations Remind Us Of The Cold War?
Let’s hear a little story, shall we? In the 1950s to 1970s, the US and the Soviet Union (now Russia) were...World AffairsDecember 29, 2020
Are Mail-In Ballots The Future Of Elections Across The World?
Every now and then, elections give us something new to savor, at least till another cycle of four years rolls by....ElectionDecember 22, 2020
What Presidential Campaigns Teach about Sales
Let’s put it straight. Presidential campaigns are more like unpaid classes on sales and marketing. Every four years, presidential candidates slug...PoliticsDecember 15, 2020
How Politics Affects Business Financing
Do you think you know much about politics? Well, you may not know as much as you should if you don’t...PoliticsDecember 8, 2020
Why is Politics Considered a Dirty Game?
Regardless of where you’ve grown up, you must be familiar with words like “politics is a game of numbers” or even...PoliticsDecember 1, 2020
Facebook Gets More Political With The New Petition Feature
Facebook is back with a bang, and we can bet you didn’t see it coming. Facebook has been losing its user...FacebookNovember 24, 2020
4 Things that Matter to Voters Everywhere
In most countries of the world, you must be 18 years old to vote. So, if you’re above 18 years, this...ElectionNovember 17, 2020