Just a few days ago, the US Secretary of State claimed the country must “prepare for the worst”, as a result of rising tensions between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. President Donald Trump has chosen to approach the situation with an aggressive posture, stating that […]
Author: The Globe Staff
On October 13, President Donald Trump announced his administration’s new strategy on the Iranian regime that has been a headache for the international community. The remarks came on the heels of a US State Department Press Briefing by State Department Counterterrorism Coordinator, Ambassador Nathan A. Sales, and National Counterterrorism Center […]
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This past summer, Hong Kong residents celebrated the 20th anniversary of the island’s handover from British back to Chinese rule. This supposedly jovial celebration was overshadowed by the reoccurring question of Hong Kong’s true autonomy as China increases its regional hegemony. “One country, two systems” is highly recognized phrase in […]
The highest-ranking Chinese Communist Party members gathered in Beijing on October 18th for the twice-a-decade National Party Congress. The Party Congress lasted for a week and ended on the 24th, with party delegates appointing the general secretary and new members to political bodies including the Party Central Committee, Central Military […]
By Olivia de Vesci In September 2016, the 28 member states of the European Union accepted Bosnia and Herzegovina’s membership application, starting the long process of accession to the bloc. First the European Commission will decide if Bosnia meets the criteria for candidacy, which could take up to a year, […]
By Devon Fitzgerald Once upon a time, the sun never set on the British Empire. And when its time in the sun was over, its prodigal son – the United States – was more than happy to step into the spotlight. One might argue, and many have, that the curtains […]