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  • North Korea is not a country that immediately pops to mind when we think of sophistication or technology. Most people outside of the capital do not have electricity. But don't get caught off guard, North Korea has a powerful cyber army which rivals the threats posed by other weapons in their arsenol

    North Korea: Cyber Wars in the Dark

    North Korea: Cyber Wars in the Dark

    by Dr John Bridges0

  • This site is to help spread awareness of Islamic extremism and sharia influence in both western civilization and the rest of the world.

    Americans Against Islamic Extremism

    Americans Against Islamic Extremism

    by The General Conservative2

  • Argentina has been marked by rising inflation, continuous blackouts, floodings, protests against the governments and strikes of public services. It has been getting harder for me living in Argentina and my life quality has degraded. This is an update of the current living conditions in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    The Things I Will Miss and Not Miss About Argentina Part II

    The Things I Will Miss and Not Miss About Argentina Part II

    by Jennifer Madison15

  • A former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter are believed to have been poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent in Salisbury. Russia is currently being held accountable for these actions, but speculation continues to rise over how the poison was administered and how events unfolded.

    Salisbury Nerve Agent Attack: How Was It Carried Out? (Speculation)

    Salisbury Nerve Agent Attack: How Was It Carried Out? (Speculation)

    by Benjamin McQuaid0

  • From the merger of the German chemical company Bayer and the US breeder Monsanto seed germinates a superpower in the field of seeds and pesticides. Together they control a quarter of the world market.

    Monsanto Takeover by Bayer: Good or Bad?

    Monsanto Takeover by Bayer: Good or Bad?

    by Buildreps13

  • This blog is about the life of a refugee in our modern times and the effects and consequences of the deportation of immigrants.

    Refugees and the Fire of War

    Refugees and the Fire of War

    by Ezria Copper0

  • Today many Countries of the world are in politics but the differences between their politics is that during elections, some use the Secret Ballot System while others use Open Ballot system. The differences between them have a great effect even to...

    Why Secret Ballot System Is Better than Open Ballot System

    Why Secret Ballot System Is Better than Open Ballot System

    by Joshuad14

  • There are many things wrong with the world, and here are what I personally deem to be the 5 worst ones. The purpose of this hub is to inform people of these problems, using statistics and facts, and explaining where it is complicated. Watch out for...

    The 5 Main Problems in the World

    The 5 Main Problems in the World

    by DK46

  • Meghan Markle was a commoner, but that changed when she married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018. She is now an official part of the royal family. She is the Duchess of Sussex, and her husband is the Duke of Sussex.

    What Happens When a Commoner Marries Royalty?

    What Happens When a Commoner Marries Royalty?

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • With threats from Kim-Jong-Un, the U.S. now has two large enemies to confront. It must fend off terrorism emanating from the Middle East as well as protect itself and the free world from North Korea.

    East vs. West: Who's in Charge?

    East vs. West: Who's in Charge?

    by Carl Richardson1

  • 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.

    Steps to Obtaining French Citizenship

    Steps to Obtaining French Citizenship

    by Melanie Palen98

  • Rightfully proud and independent, the only democracy in the Middle East might be better off, should the time come, asking help from Asia rather than the West.

    An Ambidextrous Israel

    An Ambidextrous Israel

    by Carl Richardson1

  • Most people would agree that humans rights need to be protected, but are we always clear about what counts as a violation of them?

    What are Human Rights Violations?

    What are Human Rights Violations?

    by John Welford2

  • Corruption has caused so many harms to many nations. It has its causes and can also be reduce when good solutions are applied.

    Corruption:  Causes and Solutions

    Corruption: Causes and Solutions

    by Uzochukw Mike89

  • The hijack story that exposes the weak diplomacy and goof-ups in the fight against terrorism, leaving behind some crucial unanswered questions!

    The Hijack of Flight IC 814

    The Hijack of Flight IC 814

    by Ashutosh Joshi4

  • Give them enough rope, and they might just hang themselves. Or how Theresa May is setting Brexiteers in her cabinet and Nicola Sturgeon up for failure.

    Theresa May and Her Brexit Cabinet

    Theresa May and Her Brexit Cabinet

    by Russell Bowes0

  • The NHS is a political football that’s frequently dissed with bad press. The aim of this article is to dispel some of the myths and propaganda (much from the USA) and show the NHS for what it is.

    What a Brit Thinks of the NHS

    What a Brit Thinks of the NHS

    by Arthur Russ17

  • Kim-Yong-Un has captured the media with his nuclear tests. Is he for real? Or is he a flash-in-the-pan?

    Kim-Jong-Un: Real or Fake?

    Kim-Jong-Un: Real or Fake?

    by Carl Richardson2

  • There is experience in the world to prevent and avoid xenophobia and Genocides. I watch with concern the intentions of the USA President Donald Trump to build a wall on the border with Mexico.

    Never Again: A Genocide

    Never Again: A Genocide

    by MariaInes6

  • At present, there are three main issues that affect the political environment of Afghanistan: the recent, abrupt change of command from General McChrystal to General Petraeus, the projected July 2011 troop withdrawal date, President Karzai’s reported communications with Haqqani Network leaders and the adverse impact of cutting funding due to corruption concerns.

    PMESII Analysis Afghanistan June 2010:  Political Analysis

    PMESII Analysis Afghanistan June 2010: Political Analysis

    by Lance Crowe0

  • "Inequality is horrendous... just don't let the plebs take my cushy job!"

    Champagne Socialism

    Champagne Socialism

    by Bradley James Yellop0

  • There is daily news on the Syrian conflict and the ISIS forces fighting in Syria, but what was the actual cause of the conflict and what exactly is the motive of ISIS and the rebel forces?

    Isis and the Syrian Civil War

    Isis and the Syrian Civil War

    by Sudhir1

  • The Taliban is a heartless and ruthless terrorist organization that operates in Afghanistan and Pakistan. These are the ten most distressing facts about the Taliban.

    Ten Most Distressing Facts About the Taliban

    Ten Most Distressing Facts About the Taliban

    by Jeffrey Morris2

  • The concept of populism gets tossed about a lot these days, but what does it mean?

    What is Populism?

    What is Populism?

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • In the new Presidency, many of the past policies will play a part going forward. A review of intervention expense in other countries explains much of the national debt now standing at $18.8 Trillion.

    Follow the Money: The War in Afghanistan

    Follow the Money: The War in Afghanistan

    by Peg Cole21

  • The purpose of this hub is to enable you to recognize the propagada techniques that are used . It gives examples of the various techniques and how to overcome them to form your own opinions.

    Recognizing Propaganda Examples

    Recognizing Propaganda Examples

    by Mike Russo47

  • 'The peace that was never achieved, irrespective of the intentions.' A candid take on the most prestigious, yet most controversial honour in the world.

    The Nobel Prize - Peace by Piece

    The Nobel Prize - Peace by Piece

    by Ashutosh Joshi4

  • The events in Europe this week have had our heads spinning as Britain seemingly tore up the E.U. Why did they do it? and how will it affect the rest of us?

    Magna Carta and the Hunt for Democracy

    Magna Carta and the Hunt for Democracy

    by Lawrence Hebb29

  • According to emerging studies, it has been reported that the sensationalist media coverage of terrorist acts has the tendency to trigger further attacks

    Terrorism and the Media

    Terrorism and the Media

    by Patrick0

  • The USA wants good relationships with all nations, and especially with Russia and China. Recent events call for all Americans to be better informed about those two countries, and what is at stake.

    Must We Choose China or Russia?

    Must We Choose China or Russia?

    by Demas W Jasper7

  • While we celebrate the triumphant landing of robot rovers on Mars, let's pause to remember Laika the dog, first living creature from Earth to reach outer space, and her tragic story.

    The Sad Story of Laika: First Dog in Space

    The Sad Story of Laika: First Dog in Space

    by Ellen22

  • Brexit is like the mating of elephants but, like an elephant, is slowly but surely making Scottish Independence more certain. But the YES movement must learn to use the unionist tricks against them.

    Brexit and the mating of elephants

    Brexit and the mating of elephants

    by AlexK20090

  • If you're not into history, you may not know much about Nelson Mandela. Here's a brief guide to tell you who he was, what he did, and why many consider him to be a truly remarkable man.

    What Did Nelson Mandela Do?

    What Did Nelson Mandela Do?

    by Michele2

  • Why Does Iran Hate America? - The 1953 CIA coup that ousted a democratic government in Iran, the subsequent Iranian revolution, and the Iran-Iraq War have generated hate towards America.

    Why Does Iran Hate America?

    Why Does Iran Hate America?

    by Thomas Swan42

  • 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

    North Korea: Life Under Tyranny

    North Korea: Life Under Tyranny

    by Dr John Bridges7

  • The Yemeni Civil War is not an isolated conflict. Longstanding religious ties have bred violence and devastation across the Middle East. How can this humanitarian catastrophe be stopped?

    Understanding the Houthis

    Understanding the Houthis

    by William DeGroot0

  • The British public blames the government for not controlling immigration. The Conservatives are blaming the previous Labour government and everyday more and more people are seeking visas and asylum.

    Is Immigration Endangering The British Culture?

    Is Immigration Endangering The British Culture?

    by Annette Hendley18

  • “The more economic difficulties increase, the more immigration will be seen as a burden…”

    An Ugly Parallel

    An Ugly Parallel

    by beatroute661

  • For many of us, 9/11 changed our lives. From it came changes in policy. America lost its liberties and pursued wars of aggression despite the lack of WMDs in Iraq. There have been many lies surrounding this event. This article only touches on some of the more important issues.

    Uncomfortable Facts About 9/11—No Conspiracy Theory, Here

    Uncomfortable Facts About 9/11—No Conspiracy Theory, Here

    by Rod Martin Jr54

  • Extension services have focused on increasing the production of cash crops by providing men with training, information, and access to inputs and services. Further, extension services from the government are staffed predominantly by men. But what about women and their needs?

    Why Aren't Kenyan Farmers Accessing Extension Services Effectively?

    Why Aren't Kenyan Farmers Accessing Extension Services Effectively?

    by Julie Ndwiga0

  • Terrorism will continue when we provide a reason to keep it alive and well. With a war in Syria, and bombing Yemen, Libya, and others, it leaves many young people in a place with no hope.

    The Birth of a Terrorist

    The Birth of a Terrorist

    by Sherrie Weynand1

  • The radio and other mass media enabled the Rwanda genocide in 1994. This essay looks at the situation and how different theories were applied to mobilize civilians to become the perpetrators.

    Communication Science and Rwanda Genocide

    Communication Science and Rwanda Genocide

    by MariaInes0

  • Machine translation is not a purely technical issue with European Union translation, but instead it is closely linked to political visions and strategies.

    Machine Translation in the European Union

    Machine Translation in the European Union

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • Hillary Clinton cannot be trusted to usher in an era of peace and prosperity. She has promised to start World War III with Russia while Donald Trump has promised a warming of relations with Putin.

    Clinton Could Trigger World War III Over Syria

    Clinton Could Trigger World War III Over Syria

    by Robert Carbery0

  • With college campuses across the country becoming the breeding grounds for anti-Semitism, I set out to sort fact from myth on this controversial conflict.

    Truth About Israel and Palestine

    Truth About Israel and Palestine

    by Miles1

  • The gifts the Tories seem to be giving to the Independence movement should be treated as traps. Economic NO voters should be targeted as potential YES voters.

    Beware The Tories Bearing Gifts

    Beware The Tories Bearing Gifts

    by AlexK20090

  • 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.

    Syria Is Bleeding: The Horrendous Syrian Civil War

    Syria Is Bleeding: The Horrendous Syrian Civil War

    by Haider4

  • Macron's meteoric rise, which saw him become France's youngest leader since Napoleon, has drawn comparisons to the most famous French leader in history.

    Emmanuel Macron: France's New Emperor?

    Emmanuel Macron: France's New Emperor?

    by Hugo Winey0

  • It is but natural that the winds of change blowing over our society wil leave its mark everywhere. What effect will it have on politics? And how will that change our society?

    The Future of Politics

    The Future of Politics

    by ROY T JAMES2

  • Voting in local and national elections is a must for some citizens, but for others it is something that's best left ignored!

    Is Voting Important to You?

    Is Voting Important to You?

    by Ethel Smith4

  • The UK will vote in June to see whether or not to stay in the European Union, but the lines are being blurred by those for and against. So who's lying? who should we trust? The answer is none of them.

    All For One Or None For All? The UK and the EU

    All For One Or None For All? The UK and the EU

    by Rob Wayne2

  • The One Child policy of China has led to selective abortion, killing, and dumping of girl children. It has severely skewed the sex ration and left over 30 million men without women for marriage.

    Dark Side of One Child Policy of China

    Dark Side of One Child Policy of China

    by Goodpal5

  • Lopez Obrador’s victory is an important historical moment for Mexico, a country that was ruled by a single party, the PRI, for over 70 years. The majority of the Mexican population has chosen a new alternative. For the first time, Mexico’s presidency will go to a leftist candidate.

    Who Is Mexico’s New President?

    Who Is Mexico’s New President?

    by Silvia Munguia5

  • 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.

    North Korea: Starvation in a Land of Plenty

    North Korea: Starvation in a Land of Plenty

    by Dr John Bridges0

  • 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.

    Who Is Vladimir Putin?

    Who Is Vladimir Putin?

    by Rupert Taylor7

  • With vast human and natural resources, Cuba could develop quickly and end decades of a jagged economy. The unhatched potential hinges on the new government's policy.

    The Two Pillars of Cuba's Future

    The Two Pillars of Cuba's Future

    by Jorge2

  • Can the two groups try to merge their two claims into one? Can the two states become a single, peacefully and mutually agreed upon state?

    The Israeli and Palestinian Conflict

    The Israeli and Palestinian Conflict

    by Erik Dwyer2

  • We live in an age when those who are supposed to be examples of sound moral character turn out to have feet of clay; perhaps this was always so.

    Ethical Failures of Role Models

    Ethical Failures of Role Models

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • U.S. Presidents visit Berlin. They've done so to show solidarity to countries close to the Warsaw Pact. Is it still important? What do Berliners think of Presidential visits in the 21st century?

    Just a Field? Tempelhof is a Presidential Barometer

    Just a Field? Tempelhof is a Presidential Barometer

    by Clive La Pensee4

  • The most controversial of all 9/11 memorials sits on the New Jersey shoreline of New York Harbor, just south of the Statue of Liberty. The site has an unobstructed view of the Manhattan skyline once dominated by the twin towers. Renowned Russian sculptor Zurab Tseretel created an extraordinary masterpiece as a gift to the people of the United States of America from the people of Russia. Originally calling it the "Tear of Grief," the artist suspended a forty-foot stainless steel teardrop within a

    The Teardrop Memorial from Russia

    The Teardrop Memorial from Russia

    by Quilligrapher43

  • Westminster may have to choose between Brexit and the Union but thinks Scotland too scared for independence. Labour and Tories show contempt for Scotland by denying the devolved assemblies Brexit vote

    Brexit:  Breaking up (The UK) is (Not) Hard to Do

    Brexit: Breaking up (The UK) is (Not) Hard to Do

    by AlexK20091

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