In Brussels on February 20, United States Vice President Mike Pence gave a speech to assuage fears that the White House wants to break up the European Union.Read more
By Abby Shamray Editor-In-Chief After the election, journalists turned inward to reflect on the role they played in getting DonaldRead more
In India, women were in charge of agrarian tasks, so they most immediately felt the negative effects of the forest destruction on the land and soil. This remains true today. In the developing world, women account for 45 to 80 percent of food production, according to the UN. In African countries, more than 90 percent of the female labor force works in the agriculture sector.Read more
After months of uncertainty and volatility in the markets surrounding the Brexit vote, a ruling by the High Court in early November added another obstacle to the British government’s plan to withdraw from the European Union.Read more
Tensions were high in the University Center as the College Democrats and College Republicans debated on policy differences, but underlying the event was a sense of mutual respect and a common goal for a better future for America.
The debate, hosted by the Unified Students’ Assembly and co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, is the first of its kind on the Seton Hall campus.
For the first half of 2016, the number of detections totaled 814, an annual increase of 15 percent. The plethora of defections has followed an increase in tension between North and South Korea following the North’s nuclear testing. The number of defectors used to reach over 2,000 a year, but after Kim Jong-un reached power, the number of defectors was cut in half. It appears to have been due to more difficulty in escaping and increased punishment, rather than better conditions. Park said in her speech that the increase in 2016 has been due to an increase in oppression and widespread hunger.Read more
Both Russia’s Foreign and Defense Departments have stated that evidence was sourced from the Internet and Ukrainian security services, according to the Washington Post. “Thus the objectivity of the information, and the subsequent conclusions made on it, must summon doubt,” said Russian military spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov.
So, is bias against Russia the main motivator in the outcome of the investigation? Is there a worldwide conspiracy to paint Russia as the bad guy, the ultimate villain?
A four-day conference in Myanmar commenced on August 31 with the goal of starting a renewed peace process, led by Aung San Suu Kyi. The conference was a follow-up to the previous government’s securing a partial ceasefire last year.Read more
The passage of the bill in the lower legislature would no longer make Italy the only country in Western Europe to not recognize civil unions, but it would still remain the only country that fails to recognize adoptions, according to CNN.Read more
By Abby Shamray Editor-in-Chief The anti-corruption commission of China’s Communist Party announced on January 26 that it was looking intoRead more