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Kim Jong Un Meeting With Putin for Nuclear Weapons Supplies
Sep 12, 2023

According to American and allied officials, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is traveling to Russia to meet with Putin to supply the country with nuclear weapons. It is fairly rare for Kim Jong Un to leave his country, so he will likely leave by armored train, to meet with Putin in the city of...

India’s Modi Struggles but Survives No-Confidence Motion
Aug 10, 2023

Opposition parties in India debated a vote of no confidence against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi due to his handling of the ongoing ethnic violence between the mainly Hindu Meitei tribe and the Christian Kuki tribe in the Northeastern state of Manipur. Armed conflict between militia groups on both sides has been raging on for months...

Analyzing the Coup in Niger
Aug 06, 2023

On July 26, 2023, the head of the President Guard in Niger launched a coup and detained President Mohamed Bazoum and his family.  Military leaders in Niger seized power from the country’s democratically elected president, making it the third country in many years to fall to a coup in the Sahel region of Africa. The...

Spanish Elections: Right Wing Underperforms
Aug 02, 2023

Earlier this month, Spain held national elections that resulted in a shocking underperformance from the right-wing Vox Party.  After the election, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez released a statement celebrating the results, claiming that a Vox takeover of Parliament could have posed a serious threat to civil liberties and personal freedoms. Currently, PM Pedro Sanchez serves...

U.S. Deploys Troops, Resources to Middle East Amid Iran Tension
Aug 02, 2023

On July 20, the United States announced that the government would be deploying additional Marines and warships to the Middle East in response to perceived Iranian aggression in the region. Although the Pentagon did not specify which troops would be deployed, U.S. General Michael Kurilla said these additional troops were necessary to “further safeguard the...

Turkey, Sweden Strike EU-NATO Deal
Jul 18, 2023

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unexpectedly announced that Turkey would permit Sweden to join NATO in exchange for Turkish membership into the European Union. The Turkish government has sought E.U. membership for decades now; however, the E.U. has yet to approve the country’s membership, primarily due to Turkey’s subpar human rights record and unwillingness to...

Protests Erupt in France
Jul 09, 2023

The French officer who shot Nahel M., a French citizen of North African heritage, was detained on charges of voluntary homicide. Over 800 people have been arrested and about 250 police officers injured since the start of the protests. According to the Mayor of Nanterre, Patrick Jarry, Nahel’s funeral was held earlier in July. The...

Top U.S., China Officials Meet
Jul 05, 2023

On Jun 19, 2023, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Chinese President Xi Jinping to have a conversation about easing political tensions between the U.S. and China.  According to Blinken, he and President Xi had a productive conversation and he is optimistic that progress can be made.  One area of political tension that...

Analyzing The Failed Coup in Russia
Jun 29, 2023

It was recently reported that there was an attempted coup in Russia led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, chief of the Russian mercenary Wagner group. Despite these efforts, Prigizhin claims he was not trying to overthrow the Putin regime. Instead of being prosecuted, the Federal Security Service, also known as the FSB, announced that Prigozhin was exiled...

Wildfires Rage Across Canada
Jun 20, 2023

Canadian wildfires have destroyed 11.6 million acres, or 4.7 million hectares, of wildlife. The smoke, debris, ashes, and more were carried down the Eastern seaboard into the Southern United States. New York City recorded the worst air quality in the world on June 6 and 7, 2023. Many of the ongoing Canadian wildfires are speculated...