Nawaz Sharif
Asia

Nawaz Sharif and the Future of Pakistan

August 15, 2017

Last year in April 11 million documents were leaked to the public revealing many illicit financial transactions between political and business leaders around the world.  The documents became known as the Panama Papers after the

Trump's White Supremacists Problem
Forty-Five

Trump’s White Supremacist Problem

August 12, 2017

Quite literally within eyesight of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson who wrote the soaring words that “all men are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence, a racially motivated protest broke down into violence.

The Doklam Dispute
Asia

China and India: The Doklam Border Dispute

August 10, 2017

In one of the most isolated spots on earth a border dispute is simmering in a region called the Doklam.  The Doklam is where three international borders come together—India, China, and Bhutan.  The dispute is

The Monroe Doctrine
History

Remembering the Monroe Doctrine

August 8, 2017

Until the Monroe Doctrine was proclaimed, America had chosen to stay clear of the power struggles between the nations of Europe with what amounted to an isolationist foreign policy.  Content in not involving itself with

The Democratic Republic of Congo Soldiers
Africa

Mass Graves Found in the Congo

August 3, 2017

Putting faith into humanity is almost impossible after looking into the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Over the past 20 years over 5 million people have died from violence, hunger, and disease.  The

Mohammed bin Salman
Middle East

Mohammed bin Salman: The Next Saudi King

August 1, 2017

This past June the 81-year-old Saudi King Salman announced his son Mohammed bin Salman, 31, the new Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia making him next in line to the throne.  Observers have been speculating for