Germany and India: Bilateral relations in a nutshell

Bilateral relations between India and Germany are founded on common democratic principles and are marked by a high degree of trust and mutual respect. India was among the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War. Relations grew significantly following the end of the Cold War and the reunification of Germany. In the last decade, both economic and political interaction … Continue reading Germany and India: Bilateral relations in a nutshell

The Flaws of the Imperial Presidency

The Imperial Presidency is a term that we hear a lot about on the airwaves and in newspapers and magazines, however what does this phrase really mean? What are the flaws of the Imperial Presidency, and is it wise to give so much power to a single executive? We will seek to address the former in this article. The Imperial Presidency is a term used … Continue reading The Flaws of the Imperial Presidency

Tiananmen Lies

On June 4, 1989, troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China opened fire on unarmed, pro-democracy student protesters in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. According to most Western news sources, “thousands were gunned down in cold blood, and many more were crushed by tanks”. Right? Well, no. The paragraph you have just read is an interpretation of the majority of people’s opinions on the supposed … Continue reading Tiananmen Lies

Fellow Liberals: Stop Defending the Mainstream Media

In these times, with the president’s ongoing crusade against the “liberal media”, I have seen many on the Left turn to defend media networks such as CNN and NBC from attacks. And it isn’t hard to see why; we feel as though his attacks are anti-democratic (and to some extent this is true), and these networks cast a critical light on Trump. I have seen … Continue reading Fellow Liberals: Stop Defending the Mainstream Media