Monthly Archives: July 2016

South China Sea Ruling Imminent as World Powers Prepare to Test Their Strength

Tensions are high between Washington and Beijing this week as the International Court of Arbitration makes it ruling over China’s actions in the South China Sea. The region, a major shipping route in the region, is largely claimed by China … Continue reading

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Clinton Not to be Indicted Over Email Scandal, Despite Being Outed as a Liar

A week after Hillary Clinton was cleared of any wrongdoing in Benghazi, she once again finds herself untouchable by the law. During those multiple inquiries into the Benghazi attack, it was discovered that Clinton was using a private email server … Continue reading

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Political Betrayals Run Rampant in Britain, But Corbyn Remains For Now

In the weeks following the Brexit vote, the drama is far from over as politicians scramble to weather the storm and come out on top. The biggest faces of the Leave campaign, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, have both jumped … Continue reading

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