Posts in Politics
Pipeline Politics

Critics worry that expanding the combined capacity of the two Nord Stream pipelines will only increase Europe’s reliance on Russia for its energy needs; this dependency is dangerous in a time when relations between Russia and the West are especially heated.

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Heating Up: Tensions in US-India Strategic Defense Partnership

A political dilemma for the United States: embrace hypocrisy for the hand of much needed partnership in the reason, or slap harsh economic sanctions and potentially lose a powerful ally.

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Worlds Collide: Silicon Valley vs Capitol Hill

With Silicon Valley continually innovating, playing with big data and artificial intelligence, the plausibility of another Cambridge Analytica breach is likely. Despite this threat, Washington DC cannot be no farther away, both in geography and understanding, of novel technology developments.

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Metal-ing with International Relations

With new shocking events unfolding by the day, the US is in a precarious position and must tread carefully to avoid a trade war with China. Then again, that may be exactly the intention.

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The National Rifle Association’s Lobbying Arm: The Behemoth On Capitol Hill May Finally Meet Its Match

In order for gun control groups to match the prowess of the NRA, they need to encourage grassroots mobilization while incentivizing with a powerful lobbying machine of their own.

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How Cambridge Analytica Taught Us What We Already Should’ve Known

Facebook's stock drops amidst concerns of privacy and institutions like Cambridge Analytica are to blame.

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