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Snapchat Terrorism: Liberty and Security in Britain

When two gunmen stormed the central Paris office of Charlie Hebdo in early January, and slaughtered the magazine’s most prominent cartoonists, Europe stood still in…

Unlikely Bedfellows

President Obama’s newfound friendship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the world speculating about the potential strengthening of an alliance between two crucial players…

Dysfunction at the Heart of Europe

As a result of high unemployment, below optimal inflation, and dismal output growth, the European Union is facing a severely protracted economic downturn. Since 2008,…

Britain De-Unionizing

Britain is closer than ever to walking out of the E.U. Source: conservativehome.com   After narrowly dodging a political bullet when the 2014 referendum for…

The Tale of Two Brazils

On October 26th, 2014, incumbent Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff won the second round of presidential elections in Brazil over her challenger, Aécio Neves, though only…

Brains Over Brawn

Since Xi Jinping assumed office in 2013, observers have wondered whether China’s foreign policy would change to reflect his ascension. In the past year, events…