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Canada Opinion

A New Dawn For Canada’s Indigenous Community?

After centuries of enduring unkept promises and what many consider an ethnic and cultural genocide, it seems there is new hope for Canada’s Aboriginal community.  On August 28, 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his decision to dissolve the department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, or INAC, and replace it with two new ministries: Carolyn […]

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Opinion World Politics & Affairs

Opinion: Japan’s Dire Need of Immigrants

“But here, we have an example of what a country would look like if it has not so many immigrants.”

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United States

Unpacking Charlottesville: What Transpired, and How

“rude awakening to many Americans that groups like the KKK and Neo-Nazis still exist.”

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World Politics & Affairs

Violent Ethnic Politics: The 2017 Kenyan Elections

Should it not be a universally accepted rule of any democracy, that losing parties will accept the electoral result peacefully? It unfortunately seems as though power-hungry politicians worldwide are neglecting their commitments towards upholding national solidarity in their own, selfish personal interests. Donald Trump is and will not be the only fanatical crybaby who induced […]