In a crucial and historical time, the stage is set for the two leaders from North Korea and South Korea to meet at a summit that could bring permanent peace and security to the Korean Peninsula after decades of serious tensions. Furthermore, a joint statement regarding the “denuclearization” issue is also on the negotiation table,Read more
On October 29th, Seton Hall University partnered with the Syrian Supper Club organization to organize the Syrian Supper Club Event in the hopes of bringing different people together and hearing different stories from Syrian refugees.Read more
This week, China unveiled an infrastructural feat of incredible proportions, the longest sea-crossing bridge ever constructed.Read more
Germany’s mammoth political leader, Angela Merkel, announced on October 29 that she will not seek re-election as German Chancellor in 2021. Merkel also stated that she would step down as the head of her political party, the center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU), at its conference in December.
On November 2, four days before the United States midterm election, polls predicted that the Democratic Party is likely to gain control of the House of Representatives while the Republican Party will keep its majority in the Senate. The trends indicate a balance of power on Capitol Hill for the next two years, and the possibility of legislative deadlocks.Read more