By Tessa Houwing Staff Writer Imagine the United Nations doing research on Santa’s elves in relation to human rights. Your first thought is probably something along the lines of: why […]
By Jennifer Ryder Staff Writer 2016 has been quite an eventful year for western political science. The two bastions of Anglo-Saxon capitalist democracy, the United Kingdom and the United States, have […]
Editor in Chief Omkar Mahajan gives a broad overview of the history of the discrimination that the Sami face in Scandinavia and how it continues to persist even in the present day.
Editor-in-Chief Omkar Mahajan explains how the ancient Norse religion is suddenly experiencing a revival in Iceland.
As mass influxes of immigrants seek haven in European countries, free movement and the infamous Schengen agreement are threatened.
By Brian Cox Staff Writer Labour politician Sadiq Khan was officially sworn in as Mayor of London on May 8. Replacing the memorable Conservative Boris Johnson, Khan is now the […]
By: Julia Aurell Sweden faced a great deal of security problems in 2015 ranging from soaring asylum applicants to a resurgent posturing Russian Federation. However, a brief incidence took place […]