Title 42 is a term that has gained significant attention in recent times, particularly in the context of immigration policies and public health measures. The concept stems from a specific section of the United States Code, a compilation of federal laws, regulations, and statutes. In this article, we aim to shed light on the real facts surrounding Title 42 and its implications. What is Title … Continue reading Title 42: Understanding the Real Facts
You wouldn’t think that cryptocurrencies can be banned, would you? There are more benefits to investing in cryptocurrencies than drawbacks. Plus, in some countries like the USA, you can even buy goods and services with Bitcoin. So why are there some countries out there that decided to ban digital money and make it hard for crypto enthusiasts to mine cryptocurrencies? The main reasons some countries … Continue reading 3 Countries that Have Banned Cryptocurrencies
Climate change is a global issue that affects all countries and necessitates coordinated efforts to mitigate its effects. International organisations’ importance in addressing climate change cannot be overstated. These organisations are critical in developing policies, providing technical assistance, and coordinating efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change effects. In this blog post, we will look at the role of international organisations … Continue reading The role of international organizations in addressing climate change
For decades, the relationship between the United States and China has been complicated, and in recent years, it has become increasingly tense. From trade disputes to concerns about human rights violations, the two countries have found themselves at odds on a variety of fronts. Despite the difficulties, there are opportunities for the two countries to find common ground and work towards a more productive relationship. … Continue reading The Changing Dynamics of US-China Relations: Challenges and Opportunities
Helen Keller’s Inspirational Story: Overcoming Challenges and Fighting for Disability Rights The life of Helen Keller is an example of tenacity, grit, and inspiration. She overcame her condition that left her blind and deaf from the age of 19 months on to become a prominent author, speaker, and activist. Her life is a monument to the strength of the human spirit and the capacity to … Continue reading The Inspiring Story of Helen Keller
The complicated relationship between Turkey and Syria has alternated between confrontation and collaboration over time. Since Turkey has conducted many military operations in Syria, their relationship has grown more antagonistic, prompting concerns over whether or not the two nations are at war. Early in the 20th century, when both nations were still a part of the Ottoman Empire, a conflict erupted between Turkey and Syria. … Continue reading Are Turkey and Syria At War?
Dissimilar to forceful key plans brought about the significant conflict with India in Ladakh’s Galwan valley in June 2020, the most recent India-China engagements in Tawang on December 9 appear to have political computations or stresses on Beijing’s part over Tibet and Taiwan. In Ladakh, there is presently a deadlock between the Indian and Chinese soldiers. There could have been a few withdrawal to a … Continue reading Why Is China Dead set On Annihilating Binds With India and Most Different Neighbours?
The mysterious Russian mercenary organization, The Wagner Group, has been spotted fighting in Ukraine. Drone video shows Wagner Group fighters throwing grenades into houses and involved in a heavy firefight, as Russia turns its attention to the Donbas region. The shadowy group has long been suspected of fighting in the Donetsk and Luhansk breakaway regions and they have even been linked to war crimes in … Continue reading The Wagner Group and How Private Militaries are Shaping War
China has announced the signing of a security agreement with the Solomon Islands to the great chagrin of America, Australia, and New Zealand. Australia has led the charge in decrying the “lack of transparency” in the agreement between the two countries. The hot button issue of the pact concerns the potential installation of Chinese military bases on the Solomon Islands. Critics are concerned that the … Continue reading Fight Over Solomon Islands Highlights Instability in South Pacific
Every college student can relate when it comes to paying off student loans. Not everybody has a family that can afford their education. Some have to work several jobs to keep with the payments. It is not an easy thing to deal with at all. Especially when you do not have the money upfront, you tend to feel helpless and go to loan borrowers. You … Continue reading The student loan crisis. Will president Biden come through?