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Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg Eclipses Biden Ahead of First Caucuses in Iowa

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The presidential race for Democrats in the United States is pacing up, as only three months are left for the nation’s first caucuses to be held in Iowa. Amidst the growing contest, four names from the left wing party have constantly emerged to be making strides towards victory. The South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg,…

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Beto O'Rourke Quits 2020 Presidential Race

Who is Responsible as Beto O’Rourke Quits 2020 Presidential race?

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When Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke announced that he will be running for the 2020 Presidential race, it was his policies on allowing felon voting and carbon reduction which separated him from the crowd of the other Democratic presidential hopefuls. And seeing the fund he raised, it was expected that the 2020 elections would witness…

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Iran sanctions

Iran Sanctions might Prove Moot in Constraining IRGC’s Activities

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After imposing sanctions on various Iranian corporations, banks and individuals, the US continues to tread on the road of mounting pressure on Iran and curbing the extent of terrorism in the Gulf region. The administration has now introduced a fresh set of Iran sanctions with sole motive to put a restraint on the role of…

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Pentagon Releases Video of Raid on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Compound

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After claiming big victories over ISIS earlier this year, the United States of America landed a knockout punch in a weekend raid that killed the ISIS head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Interestingly, this was followed by the death of al-Baghdadi’s likely successor, which was announced by President Donald Trump in a tweet on Tuesday morning that…

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US Sanctions

How Militant Networks be affected with recent Gulf and US Sanction on Iran?

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Stability in the Gulf region and the US-Iran relations have continuously worsened in the recent years. Even though, many countries hold US sanctions responsible, the financial support by the local governments to militant networks is at fault as much the imposed sanctions. In an attempt to curb the financial support to Iran’s military organization and…

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J Street Conference

Sanders Identifies as Jew to Boost 2020 Campaign during J Street Conference

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When the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls came together for a conference organized by J Street in Washington on Monday, no one thought that the oldest Presidential candidate will take a stern stance to resolve the ongoing crisis in Gaza between Israel and Palestine. Moreover, Sanders used his identity as a Jew to strike a chord…

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Katie Hill

Rep. Katie Hill: A Victim of Revenge or a Pawn to Thwart Impeachment?

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Although Californian Democratic Rep. Katie Hill has announced her resignation amid the allegations of sexual relationship with a staffer in her office, she has called the move as revenge from the “abusive” estranged husband. Hill’s resignation has led many to speculate behind the ulterior motive of releasing her nudes and allegations of relationship with fellow…

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Elijah Cummings

Statements of Elijah Cummings to Recall ahead of his Funeral in Baltimore

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When Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings was laid down at the National Statuary Hall, it was an emotional sight as hundreds of lawmakers from both parties came together to honor him. The 68-year-old Democrat, who rose from dust in the Democratic Party, went on to become a key figure in the impeachment investigation of President Trump.…

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Medicare for All

After Ohio Debate’s Setback, Sen. Warren to Reveal Plan on Medicare for All

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After an eye-opening criticism on Medicare for All at the fourth Democratic debate in Westerville, Ohio, Sen. Elizabeth Warren will soon be releasing a plan on funding of the policy. The policy runs on an idea of transferring everyone from the private healthcare plan to a government-run health insurance plan, which comes along with several…

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