• What War With Iran Would Mean for the US Economy?

    Iran and The United States have been at loggerheads since the 1979 Revolution that toppled the Shah of Iran. The countries have had their ups and downs in the past coming to the brink of war on many occasions. Most recently, America targeted and killed the Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), once […] More

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  • The Difference Between Political Science and Politics

    How often do we come across phrases like ‘that was such a politically correct statement’ or how conveniently people label others as ‘politician’ when they see them changing colors or going back on their words? Such norms along with the way the majority of our modern day politicians approach their work ethic are things that […] More

  • 5 Major Problems With the American Political System

    “America does not need another political campaign based on denial and avoidance of some of our real problems. It needs a crusade to reform and renew our country, its institutions and political system” Richard Lamm Abraham Lincoln described the modern democratic system as ‘government of the people, by the people, for the people’ and that […] More

  • Democracy or Dictatorship: What’s Best for the People?

    On the surface, this question seems to have a simple answer. Democracy! After all, it’s the government of the people, by the people and for the people. The famous words from Abraham Lincoln have been considered the definition of democracy for almost two centuries now. Yet, some historic and circumstantial evidence suggests that a country […] More

  • Trump’s Impeachment Saga: What to Expect

    Donald Trump’s presidency has been a roller coaster ride since the beginning. From his border wall to immigration, from brash comments to his uncontrollable tweets, there has always been something to talk about. Now though, Trump is in the middle of an impeachment inquiry that could lead him to be abdicated from office. Trump has […] More

  • Why Trump may win a Second Term in Office?

    Trump is not the first controversial President in US history and he may certainly not be the last. Over the years there have been more concerning figures in the White House than Donald Trump. Despite his rhetoric, sometimes unassuming comments and absurd promises, it still looks like he is delivering his manifesto. If things continue […] More

  • The Rise of Mass Shootings in America

    In recent years, America has been the biggest victim of rising gun violence and mass shootings. The number of people gunned down in the US during the last 7 years alone are higher than the deaths in all other developed countries combined. People argue, considering different aspects that may be behind this rising menace, however, […] More

  • Are We Headed for A Recession In 2020?

    “As sure as the spring and winter follow each other, prosperity, economic growth and recession follow one another too”  A recession is when an economy significantly declines for at least six months or more. Many experts say that a recession is when the GDP growth rate is negative for at least two consecutive quarters.  A […] More


    Japan is at the top of the list in most powerful passports in 2019 ….once more.  It really is the view of the Henley Passport Index, which periodically measures the access every country’s travel document gives. it’s the second one time in a row that the Asian nation has come out on top inside the index, that […] More