Monthly Archives: May 2015

Jeb Bush’s Name is Proving to be a Problem Thanks to his Brother’s Disastrous Presidency

Jeb Bush is one of  the many Republicans out there yet to announce his inevitable candidacy for president, but he is already facing scrutiny over his stance over the Iraq War. The US invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq, where … Continue reading

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Indonesia Unjustly Condemned for Executing Drug Smugglers Unjustly

Indonesia’s President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has released five political prisoners in Papua over the weekend, mere weeks after failing to show the same generosity to eight drug smugglers who have been executed by firing squad. Jokowi, president since October of … Continue reading

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Sarkozy Still Battling Corruption Charges, With the Presidency Now at Stake

Nicolas Sarkozy is looking to the future as his newly named Les Republicains prepare for a fresh start in 2017. Unfortunately for the former president, his own past cannot be scrubbed as easily as his party’s. Sarkozy is no stranger to … Continue reading

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David Cameron Wins Majority, Set to be Prime Minister for Another Five Long Years

British Prime Minister David Cameron will be retaining his title after his party was granted an unexpected majority in Thursday’s general election, the first for the Tories in over twenty years. After five weeks of campaigning, there was little evidence … Continue reading

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