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Voting Referendum

Article by: Dan Jachim Benito Mussolini famously called democracy a beautiful fallacy. Of course, he was the founder of arguably the least democratic government in history, so his words do not bear the most weight. What should not be considered lightly, however, are the recent changes made to how people are elected to ISSBA, the […]

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Chinese New Year

Article by: Joseph Hadaway Chinese New Year is a holiday that takes place at the turn of the Chinese lunar calendar every year. One of the oldest celebrations of mankind, it is still commemorated in several countries with large Chinese populations, including the Philippines, Malaysia, and of course, China. Additionally, Chinatowns all over the world […]

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The Saudi Dilemma: King Salman’s Inheritance

Article by: Angelo Manaloto The death of the late King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud was without a doubt one met with responses of—to say the very least—opposing natures. On one hand, luminaries and dignitaries offered condolences and gestures of consolation, as is customary when an influential leader passes away. President Obama praised the late king’s […]

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Cyberterrorism: A Trend We Created?

Article by: Akshay Sharathchandra There’s no stopping the internet. Every second, 25,556 gigabytes of internet traffic is transmitted, 2 billion emails are sent and millions of Tweets are posted. Unfortunately, the internet has its dark corners, too; as society depends more and more on being connected, so do terrorists. “Cyberterrorism” is the term for any act […]

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