Staff Writer Aisha Ali examines Turkey’s involvement and relationship in Somalia
By: Brian Cox Staff Writer It is fairly well known that NATO member states pledge to spend 2 percent of GDP on military expenditures. That being said, in 2012 only […]
In Cologne, Germany the year 2015 ended with an incident of mass sexual assaults, highlighting a need for greater international focus on formulating a working plan for the migrant crisis in Europe. Amidst the New Year’s Eve festivities, hundreds of men gathered in Cologne’s main train station; the congregation soon escalated into a chaotic frenzy in which several women were sexually assaulted. Ninety women came forth to report being attacked (Shubert). The horrific violation of women’s rights incited fear across Germany, and the public called for justice against the attackers. Additionally, the circumstance brought implications of Arab refugees threatening national security to the forefront of political discussion.
Staff Writer Becca Chong takes a look at how technology and mobile apps are helping the Syrian Refugee Crisis
By Nick Vacchio Staff Writer Climate change. The phrase gets tossed around as often as a volleyball at your local beach. But whether you would like to accept it or […]
Brian Cox Staff Writer Varosha, a portion of the Cypriot city of Famagusta, has been inaccessible since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. This caused the island to be […]
By Julia Aurell Staff Writer While consumers have been enthusiastic about the decline in oil, and thus petrol prices, not everyone shares this vision. In December 2015, Vladimir Putin announced […]