Venezuela is Truly a Good Country

By Diego   Sabotage is stealing money from Venezuelans. Sabotage is burning food and medicine. Sabotage is stealing elections.                                                          Juan Guaido – Our Saviour Are you going to make everybody else suffer? Are you going to be the only one riding first class? Don’t give in, don’t give up. Stop accepting the bribes and have […]

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A Desperate Plea For Democracy

By Aidan As of two or so months ago, Venezuela’s inflation rate has reached a jaw-dropping 2.7 million percent as Venezuela’s economy only spirals further downwards, but the question on everyone’s mind is naturally, how did this even happen?  The answer to that lies directly in the Venezuelan president  Nicolas Maduro’s blatant mockery of a […]

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Happy Belated Brexit

By Liam   Out of the frying pan, into the fiery pits of Parliament. Brexit, Britain’s exit of the European Union, still has made no progress on a decision since 51.9% of the population voted to leave in 2016’s referendum. British MPs who have spent their terms selling brexit now find themselves disoriented in a […]

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How to destroy a democracy

By Coby   Many governments feed into the public’s fear, exploit people’s opinions, and create its own veiled tyranny.  Many well respected populations are struggling under this oppression. England and America are both redefining its government by replacing it with twisted tyrants destroying any democratic values once practiced. Both countries are dealing with nationalism and […]

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Bolsonaro for Brazil

By Lucca   Yet another bad, corrupt leader for Brazil. This is why the GDP has dropped, tourism rates have gone down since 2014, crime rates have been increasing. However, with Bolsonaro, a sexist, homophobic strongman, will that change? There is a lot of controversy surrounding the election of Bolsonaro. The general Brazilian population are […]

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Unification of Korea: Should It be Done? 

By Yungju   Korea has two names: “North Korea” and “South Korea”.  Korea is called as two names due to division which has caused countless people to apart with their friends as well as families.  People in North and South can’t visit each country for life just because they live in another land, which was […]

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The Pain Behind The Sweety

By Yida   Chocolate, for most of us, is a pleasure when it melts on our tongue and slides down into our stomach. If you take one piece of chocolate out, you will be standing in front of the fridge and getting another piece in the next four minutes.  Smooth. Yummy. Unforgettable.  Extraordinary! However, it […]

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A Country in Shambles

By Ethan   Venezuela is on the road to disaster and Nicolas Maduro is driving the bus. Inflation in the South American country has never been so high, and with the president rejecting foreign aid who is left to help the citizens? The people of Venezuela have taken to the streets to protest the ignorance […]

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One billion people, one behaviour?

By Nishtha Generalisation at its best can be noticed in Indian stereotypes and it needs to reduce. Can one of the largest world populations act in a uniform way despite having different climates, food, dance, clothing and religion? Do Indians love dancing? Yes, in fact, no Bollywood movie is complete without an Indian dance and […]

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China: Superpower or Super Scary?

By Hugh Coyle China is scary. No matter what you’ve heard about the country, they’re scary. Behind the streetwear loving and gadget enthusiasts nation lies a darker side. A communist country that will soon overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest economy. Although an upcoming superpower, it doesn’t always act as a responsible superpower as […]

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