Unless you have lived under an oppressive government, it is hard to imagine the freedoms we take for granted are denied to others. There is not freedom of religion or the press in North Korea. Everything including the clothes on your back are owned by the government. You are told how to think
On Thursday 23rd June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. This article gives the author's first impressions of the referendum campaign, and the aftermath of the result
The Union Jack is one of the most recognisable on Earth. But where does this famous flag come from? How does it relate to the four home countries of the United Kingdom? And what is its future?
North Korea has not been able to overcome the great famine which occurred over 30 years ago. The population has continued to suffer from malnutrition ever since. Somehow, despite the lack of food in the rural areas, the elite continue to live in a land of plenty.
Premier Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause smacks of bullying, but it's really (probably) sour grapes.
An in-depth look at the French citizenship process from the basic requirements to all the necessary paperwork. Prepare yourself by learning the steps to become a French citizen outlined in this guide.
The 2015 Health and Physical Education Curriculum was officially scrapped for the 2018-2019 school year. Then came the pushback.
Two years ago, an arbitral tribunal formed pursuant to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea issued a blockbuster award finding much of China’s conduct in the South China Sea in violation of international law.
Margaret Thatcher the first female prime minister of Britain, was a controversial leader of a conservative ideology during her time in office.
Brexit and the US Presidential election result have been linked together as anti-establishment protest votes. But is that really the case? What are the similarities and what really motivated Brexit?
In 2013, Forbes Magazine said Russian President Vladimir Putin was the most powerful person in the world, and followed that up with three more similar acknowledgements.
The Syrian crisis is entering its eighth year and the current situation signifies no sooner ending. The loss of human lives, the destruction of Syria and the complete demolition of Syrian infrastructure are horrible. It signifies that Assad and foreign powers have no urgency in preventing more loss.
The European Union has come under increasing economic and political stress in recent years, for reasons such as the economic crash of 2008 and a massive increase in the number of asylum seekers.