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Modi’s Push to the Sea

Modi’s Push to the Sea

By Sanat Valecha ’16 On March 10th, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a three-nation tour in the Indian Ocean to reinvigorate relations and establish cooperation in the defense… Read more »

Mark Zuckerberg Speaking Chinese – What Does It Mean for Facebook and China?

Mark Zuckerberg Speaking Chinese – What Does It Mean for Facebook and China?

Lucas Peng Lu  ’16 On Wednesday October 22, 2014, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook spoke in front of a group of students at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. To the shock… Read more »

North Korea’s Refining Stance Towards the West

North Korea’s Refining Stance Towards the West

Lawrence Ntim ‘17 North Korea, a nation constantly discussed for a wide variety of reasons has come into the spotlight once again but for a different reason.  Normally when one… Read more »

The Asian Infrastructure Investment and the BRICS Bank: China’s Push for Financial Hegemony

The Asian Infrastructure Investment and the BRICS Bank: China’s Push for Financial Hegemony

Muhammad Abrahim Shah ‘17 On October 21st 2014, the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank was officially signed into existence in Beijing when 21 countries signed a bill for the creation… Read more »

Scotland Votes No to Independence

Scotland Votes No to Independence

Muhammad Abrahim Shah ’17 The Scottish Independence referendum was held on the September 18th, 2014 to determine whether or not Scotland should be independent of the United Kingdom. The referendum… Read more »

Parliamentary Elections in Tunisia

Parliamentary Elections in Tunisia

Nik Tikoo ’17 In 2011, the Arab Spring began in Tunisia, Africa’s northernmost country. During this revolution, Tunisia’s autocratic president, Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, was ousted after a 23-year reign…. Read more »

A New Era for Burkina Faso

A New Era for Burkina Faso

Lawrence Ntim ’17 Things have been busy in West Africa over the past few months.  With certain economies suffering and the massive out break of the Ebola hemorrhagic fever, this… Read more »

A View of Syria from Above

A View of Syria from Above

Sanat Valecha ’16 As the conflict in the Middle East continues its descent into chaos, more and more actors emerge to complicate the already problematic situation for the international community. … Read more »

Modi’s Visit to the U.S. and its Implications on U.S.-India Relations

Modi’s Visit to the U.S. and its Implications on U.S.-India Relations

By Nik Tikoo ’17 In May 2014, Narendra Modi became India’s prime minister after leading his party to a landslide victory in India’s national elections. This was the first time… Read more »

The Record-Breaking Indian National Election

The Record-Breaking Indian National Election

By Ankita Naraparaju ’16 A national election is a massive deal for any nation, but for the world’s largest democracy, this national general election, currently underway, represents a series of… Read more »

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