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Down In The Dumps

The blue bins are for recycling; everyone knows that. Everything in those bins gets melted down and reused for manufacturing paper or plastics in the future. Except that this isn’t happening anymore. In Philadelphia, for example, the municipality i...

Down In The Dumps

The blue bins are for recycling; everyone knows that. Everything in those bins gets melted down and reused for manufacturing paper or plastics in the future. Except that this isn’t happening anymore. In Philadelphia, for example, the municipality i...

An Orthodox Approach to Soft Power

This month, Serbia’s government approved a Russian plan to construct a vast network of pipeline stretching from the Bulgarian border towards Western Europe. This new leg of pipeline will bring Gazprom, the Russian state oil firm, one step close...

An Orthodox Approach to Soft Power

This month, Serbia’s government approved a Russian plan to construct a vast network of pipeline stretching from the Bulgarian border towards Western Europe. This new leg of pipeline will bring Gazprom, the Russian state oil firm, one step close...

Zainichis: A Cautionary Tale

Japan is opening its doors. After a long tradition of stringent immigration policies that severely limited the number of foreigners allowed to reside in its borders, Japan recently set forth new policy proposals which would create new visa categories...

Zainichis: A Cautionary Tale

Japan is opening its doors. After a long tradition of stringent immigration policies that severely limited the number of foreigners allowed to reside in its borders, Japan recently set forth new policy proposals which would create new visa categories...

Without time: Chaos in Sudan

In recent weeks, Omar Al-Bashir, the controversial president of Sudan, has been the subject of protests over economic stagnation and socio-economic imbalances. Despite the October 2017 removal of US sanctions, Sudanese officials attribute the lack of...

Without time: Chaos in Sudan

In recent weeks, Omar Al-Bashir, the controversial president of Sudan, has been the subject of protests over economic stagnation and socio-economic imbalances. Despite the October 2017 removal of US sanctions, Sudanese officials attribute the lack of...

The Polish Rebellion

What happens when the clergy are the ones kneeling in the confessional, begging for forgiveness? Well, the Poles may be about to find out. Anger and resentment toward the Catholic Church is reaching unprecedented levels in Poland. Late in February, i...

The Polish Rebellion

What happens when the clergy are the ones kneeling in the confessional, begging for forgiveness? Well, the Poles may be about to find out. Anger and resentment toward the Catholic Church is reaching unprecedented levels in Poland. Late in February, i...