The Nile River is changing rapidly, and the states of the Nile Basin are poorly equipped to handle it. The future risk of water wars rests on these nations, and the creation of a new, equitable framework for water resource management.
As a middle power and the sole Western liberal democracy in the Middle East, the
Sarah Holloway The United States is approaching year seventeen of the war in Afghanistan—the longest
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Blake Moss According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Institute of
Esha Narola India’s foreign aid and investments in Afghanistan provide an example of how economic
Monday, October 16, was the deadline for a formal declaration of Catalan independence. This comes
Today, Liberia is heading to the polls once again to vote on their next President.
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