It has been an intense few weeks in the Middle East to start off 2020. At the very beginning of the year, Iranian-backed militias attempted to attack the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. A few days later, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed by a US airstrike on his vehicle heading to the Baghdad airport. US officials stated that they had intelligence that Soleimani was … Continue reading Don’t Ignore Iranian Protests
On Thursday, the citizens of the United Kingdom went to the polls for their third General Election for Parliament in four years. But this time around, there was one major issue looming over the election, Brexit. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party, who were the party in power, but did not have a majority of seats, made it clear the election was about … Continue reading The UK Says “Yes!” To Brexit, Again
Anyone who has followed the Brexit situation in the United Kingdom over the past 3 years would likely use one common word to describe it, “disaster.” Tomorrow, the United Kingdom heads back to the polls to see if Boris Johnson will be granted the majority he needs to finally have “Brexit, Actually.” On June 23, 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom went to the polls … Continue reading Johnson’s Brexit Election: Mandate or Disaster?