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Bernie Sanders

Media Neglect Could Be Jeopardizing Sanders’ 2020 Election Chance

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Hailed as a healthy fight within the political ranks of the Democratic Party, each potential presidency candidate is presenting big policy ideas. Ideas that would overhaul the U.S. health care system, address climate change and provide free college tuition. However, even more than agendas, it is the media popularity that multiplies the chances of a…

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Human Rights Council

Why UN Human Rights Council is Failing as an Organization?

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There has been mass criticism against the United Nations Human Rights Council for staying mum over the ongoing humanitarian crisis across the globe. The matter further worsened when countries like Sudan, Libya, Mauritania, and Venezuela didn’t receive a single warning for their role in human rights violations. And now with these countries taking a seat…

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Jamal Khashoggi

A Year of Khashoggi Murder: How the Humiliation of one Journalist Scarred Saudis for a Lifetime

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A celebrated journalist vanished into thin air in Saudi’s consulate and the kingdom claims to have no clue of how it happened and who did it. An year later, a documentary surfaces with the prince’s statement claiming responsibility of the Jamal Khashoggi’s murder; not for commanding it, but because it happened at the time of…

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Rudy Giuliani

Would Rudy Giuliani’s Disbarment Bring any Good to Kamala Harris?

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Are Sen. Kamala Harris’s calls to disbar the personal lawyer of President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, just a tactic to gain attention with her performance going down the bar amongst other Democratic hopefuls? With the 2020 elections nearing, Americans are more concerned about the policies that would be introduced by the new President rather than the…

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Bill De Blasio

What Prompted Bill de Blasio to Quit 2020 Election Race?

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When Bill de Blasio, two-time New York Mayor, announced his 2020 presidential election campaign in May, there were questions on how well would he be able to fair against other Democratic hopefuls. There were also mixed speculations on the support he will receive and if he will be able to deter any Democratic candidate and…

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9/11 attacks

How Far Has the World Come off from the 9/11 Attacks?

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Today marks 18 years of the 9/11 attacks, when America witnessed mass deaths, carnage, and destruction within a matter of minutes. The sight of the twin towers falling, people running for lives, and sirens buzzing to indicate that a widespread catastrophe has struck, is still fresh in our memories. The sequence of events left a…

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Joe Biden

Joe Biden Treads Steadily on the Road to POTUS

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Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic hopeful, Joe Biden is witnessing a slow and steady growth of his supporters and with it are increasing the chances of him becoming the President of the United States (POTUS). As per the verdict of recent polls, Biden is ahead of his democratic rivals Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala…

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Black Americans

Ill-treatment of Black Americans might bring Change in 2020 Elections

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Surrounded by the hoax of innumerable policies brought in by the hopeful presidential candidates in the wake of 2020 elections, the question is whether black Americans are treated with equality throughout the country? As history recalls, it seems quite difficult to answer such a simple question. With each passing day, Americans raise their voices, lamenting…

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Foreign Policy

US Foreign Policy: A Success or a Wide Failure?

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Last updated on August 2nd, 2019As the 2020 presidential elections are nearing, the US President has begun proclaiming his foreign policy as a huge success. Though he has largely failed in fulfilling his efforts of building a border wall and expensing it to Mexico, his supporters claim that he has accomplished his purpose of withdrawing…

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