Renewed debate on Western troops in Ukraine: Macron´s remarks spark discussion

Two years ago, headline over headline with the newest developments, newest death numbers and newest information regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reached us over basically every news report. With the

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Crucial decision for the American Elections – Is Trump going to be ruled out from the 2024 ballot?

Tensions are boiling these days in American society. The recent decision from the Supreme Courts of Colorado and Maine to scratch off Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot due to

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Guyana and Venezuela to meet amidst fears of annexation

And how rejecting a 1899 ruling provides the basis for Venezuelan territorial claims December 2023- This month has seen an interesting development in the continent of South America. Venezuela’s president,

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Are MNCs the new architects of destiny? US’s Willow Project highlights corporations’ (over)importance in our international economic system

We have been told on many occasions to save the planet, to substitute fossil fuels for renewable energy sources, to stop contaminating and recycle as a means to not drive

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Why the Dutch Government’s Decision to Apologize for Slavery is Highly Controversial

On Monday, December 19, 2022, it is very likely that the Dutch government will apologize for its involvement in slavery. One would think this is a milestone in a long

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Guantánamo Bay: “Hunt down and punish those (not) responsible”

Although former US-President Obama promised to close the prison during his campaign in 2009, Cuba-based Guantánamo Bay is still operational to this day, more than twenty years later. The prison

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Cuba’s Rainbow Hotel – game-changer or facade?

On the other side of the world, there is an island surrounded by blue skies and white beaches. A paradise away from the ordinary, a place to connect with nature

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How boba shortage in the US relates to Samsung’s next phone release

In the first week of April earlier last year, the US Boba Guys bubble tea franchise had announced an official industry-wide boba shortage. They had explained that many boba shops

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The “War on Drugs” in Latin America – and How Women Are Its Victims

Writing from the Netherlands, where drugs are liberalized to a certain extent, it is hard to imagine what policies look like on the other side of the world. Don’t worry,

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Elon Musk’s Time … for what?

It may have come to your attention that Time magazine’s choice for the Person of the Year was revealed at the beginning of this week. And as some of you

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