Quang Trinh The coronavirus pandemic would create the worst global economic crisis since the Great Depression, said IMF’s head Kristelina Georgieva. In the midst of the global turmoil, friction escalates between two geopolitical powerhouses: Russia and Saudi Arabia. The battle for arguably the world’s most important commodity, oil, should not come as a surprise. As international travel, commerce, and industrial production decline with the institution … Continue reading THE POLITICS OF OIL
Jia Yu Amidst Tengger desert, an arid and inhospitable territory in China’s Inner Mongolia spanned by 36,700 km of yellow sand, there exists a vast, blue oasis. But to the disappointment of any weary travelers fooled by this mirage, they have stumbled upon not a body of water, but rather the Tengger Desert Solar Park. This Solar Park is an oasis of energy that spans … Continue reading ON CHINA’S RISING SOLAR POWER INDUSTRY
Ben Gelman Even before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the idea that the United States’ healthcare system ought to be compared and criticized from an international standpoint has been popular. Former Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders often states that “every other major country on Earth has achieved universal health care” as a way of justifying his proposals to nationalize the American healthcare system and create Medicare … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS AND THE POLITICS OF “OTHER COUNTRIES”
By Mohammed Elzubeir Faced with waves of migrants risking their lives in the Mediterranean Sea in search of a better future, the member states of the European Union have struggled to find an equitable manner win which to share the cosmopolitan responsibility1. At this time of seemingly impassable deadlock, scholars are turning to the arguments of earlier thinkers to try and find a solution to … Continue reading EUROPE’S REFUGEE CRISIS: A CASE OF APATHY AND IMPASSE?