A Potential New Arms Race

While most of us have not seen fireworks since the beginning of this year, North Korea has decided to keep firing away. Just this month alone, the country under the lead of President Kim Jong-Un, has fired six rockets for practice, the last one landing in the Japanese Sea, just east of the Korean Peninsula.

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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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Open Schools with Empty Chairs: Uganda’s Lost Generation

On Monday 10 January, Uganda’s schools reopened after almost two years. But nearly a third of students have not returned to their school. What happened in the meantime?

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Capitol Storming – One Year Later

On 6 January 2022, the United States commemorated the one-year anniversary of the Capitol insurrection. In an emotional and moving speech, U.S President Joe Biden directly confronted Donald Trump and

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Starting the year positively, and with a conflict in Kazakhstan

2022: A new year, a new start, a better year than the one before. A new year is often seen as a new beginning, we are full of hope that

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