Hong Kong and the Democratic District Elections

Hong Kong and the Democratic District Elections

On Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, millions of voters arrived at the polling stations to perform their civic duty in Hong Kong’s district elections. However, NPR reported that their diplomatic, none violent, and harmless action was viewed as a protest to many in the Maoist nation. On average, the elections are generally low-profile political affairs, such […]

Mexico and a Massive U.S. Massacre

Mexico and a Massive U.S. Massacre

Approximately nine United States citizens were murdered in Sonora, Mexico on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019. Sonora is a Mexican region that borders the South-Western U.S. Gunmen, which were heavily armed, conducted a mass shooting in Culiacan, Mexico. Culiacan is the capital of the Sonora region, located on Mexico’s Pacific coast. The criminals were battling with […]

Turkey and the Syrian Armed Conflict

Turkey and the Syrian Armed Conflict

Several years after the Arab Spring began in the Middle East, the Russian government is condemning the Turkish invasion of Syria. Additionally, the invasion would be another step in an armed conflict between the Syrian regime and an ethnic and religious minority groups in the region. Russia Acts Toward the Turkish Military’s Involvement in the […]

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