Partygate and British Political Decency

Written by: Nils Peterson Since January 12, 2022, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has continued to fight for his political survival. When the rest of the United Kingdom was in a pandemic-induced lockdown, Number 10 Downing Street hosted parties. The UK police recently contacted the Prime Minister (PM) with a questionnaire to be returned within…

Germany’s New Governing Coalition 

Written by: Cameron Yonan Germany’s new government coalition is facing its first major hurdle: The Omicron COVID-19 variant. Will Germany survive another lockdown, or are mandatory vaccines the answer? The incoming government coalition will have to decide a course of action as COVID-19 cases skyrocket in Germany, mainly credited to the emergence of the Omicron…

Who Sits on the Sidelines at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland?

Written by: Kamika Patel In 2015, almost all of the world’s countries pledged to limit global warming “well below” 2 °C compared with pre-industrial levels and to strive to keep temperatures at 1.5 °C by the end of the century as part of the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Scientists warn that any additional warming past…

English Soccer’s Plea to Social Media Giants

Written by: Harry Colvin Arsenal’s Willian de Borges is the latest footballer in England to receive racial abuse on social media, and he is not alone. Before him, there was Axel Tuanzebe. There was Anthony Martial. The list goes on and on.  Disturbing messages aren’t limited to racial abuse either. Referee Mike Dean and his…

Social Media: The Influencer of Global Politics

Written by: Pooja Gundimeda  Brexit, the name given to represent the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, sent the world and especially Europe, into a frenzy back in 2016. The history between the United Kingdom and the EU dates back to the mid-1940s, when the United Kingdom initially chose not to join…