Posts in Opinions
The Vietnam Model: North Korea’s Next Step?

However, a saving grace that might come out of the talk is a suggestion from the US to follow a Vietnam’s path: the idea that a communist regime can pursue market-oriented policies without sacrificing the legitimacy of the government. In truth, this model of economic development is far and few in today’s world; other than China, the remaining Communist states, Vietnam, Laos, and Cuba, show nowhere near the same economic prowess.

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The Status of NFL Contracts

In every single [football] game, there is a chance that it will be a players’ last. For this reason, it has become a source of great contention and frustration throughout the players’ union that not all NFL contracts are guaranteed.

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Juuling: A “Healthy” Alternative To Smoking?

The rates of traditional cigarette smoking are at an all-time low in America thanks to increased taxes and increased awareness around its negative effects. Juul Labs has tried to shift customers away from cigarettes by creating a product that is sleek, modern, and efficient, but is his “healthier”?

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The World Cup: Do Countries Get What They Put In?

The Olympics are known for being wildly expensive, and are likely fiscally irresponsible for the vast majority of the world’s countries due to the astronomical costs associated with hosting. How does the FIFA World Cup stack up?

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