UC Irvine's flag controversy has sparked outrage across the state. Source: Reuters

The Image and the Fury

In 2011, the Pew Research Center reported that 64% of the silent generation believed that the U.S. is the greatest country in the world, while only 32% of the millennial generation shared the same opinion. This generational divide over American exceptionalism … Read Full Article

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Feminism’s Glass Ceiling

Women: they’re everywhere! Mothers, actresses, professors, Presidents – you name it, and a woman will be it. This development, however, is recent. It is only in the last 100 years that society has recognized that women are also human beings, with the capacity … Read Full Article


The Feminist Initiative literally blazed onto the political scene and stamped its name on  international headlines in 2010, when party leader Gudrun Schyman burned 100,000 Swedish krona on a barbecue at one of Sweden's largest annual political events. For the … Read Full Article

While Labour and the Conservatives fight over who will win the most seats, the SNP and other small parties will still have their fair share of power in a coalition.

Too Close to Call: The 2015 UK Election

The UK general election will be held on May 7, and the race is on between the ruling Conservative Party led by Prime Minister David Cameron, and the opposition Labour Party led by Ed Miliband. The latest polls show the two parties virtually tied, meaning it is … Read Full Article