South Africa’s Ruling Party Wins Elections Despite Ebbing Support

On May 8, South Africa held its most competitive and consequential general election since the first post-Apartheid multi-racial elections in 1994. It will be used as a marker to determine how well the new President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has been received by the public after former President Jacob Zuma was ousted by his own party.

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EU Bans Single-Use Plastic Amongst Member States

The European Union voted to ban single-use plastic among member states by the year 2021. This decision is a reaction to the increasing amount of plastic that has found its way into waterways and oceans. After 2021, these items will be composed of more sustainable materials and their consumption will be reduced by 25 percent.

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The Great Replacement: An Analysis of the Christchurch Shooter’s Manifesto

On March 15, 2019 Brenton Tarrant conducted two consecutive terrorist attacks on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. On the day Tarrant carried out the shootings, he released a 74-paged manifesto via twitter and other social media. Now recently banned in New Zealand, the manifesto discusses the grievances that Tarrant has towards the evolution of the modern world, and the dangers that threaten the welfare of the white race and European identity.

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Italian Deputy PM Attempts Unification of European Alt-Right

Shortly after political leaders in Europe met in Milan to pursuing forming an alliance of alternative right wing parties, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has expressed the hope that the newly united populist movement will become biggest party in the next European Parliament.

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