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nuclear

It isn’t always bad to withdraw a commitment. That’s what the United States felt when President Donald Trump withdrew the landmark international nuclear deal with Iran, announcing that stringent economic sanctions against Tehran will be reinstated. Trump, in his statement, stated that this deal is not less than terrible and defective. He, in his bold words, warned Iran against renewing its nuclear program. As usual,...

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On the 11th of March’20, President Donald addressed the nation from the White House about the coronavirus. Trump made statements including: “The virus will not have a chance against us,” and, “We have the best economy, the most advanced health care, and the most talented doctors, scientists, and researchers anywhere in the world,” etc. But did his body language follow his words?   Laura Dudley is a...

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Racism, a well-known term, is said to be expunged but has it been totally eradicated? The answer is no, it has just disguised itself in various forms. There are many political movements in which racism is the root cause. Residents of countries like the United States are the most affected due to the various forms of racism. There are many rights practiced by the residents...

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a double-edged sword that brings to us innovation but at a cost. With its sudden advent, regulations relating to it are still a big question mark- with AI finding its application in more and more industries and slowly integrating into our everyday life. This makes it even more necessary to be protocoled before this growth turns on us. With the overview...

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As the election of 2015 had redefined the fate and perception of the superpower that is the United States of America, the election of 2020 is touted to make even bigger waves in the global scenario. This is owed to the deep dark abyss that is the Electoral College, as well as Donald Trump’s interspersed measures from time to time to carry on his incumbency....

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The power and viability of social media as a tool to change narratives altogether have changed and this has occurred throughout the watershed election of 2016. A sharp discontinuity can be observed which has forced us to question- how much exactly of our life’s decisions are now being unassumingly affected by data, codes, and algorithms? It all began when revenue generation in the form of...

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tariffs

“By the time products get to the consumer, most of the cost is in labour and other materials and not the raw steel and aluminum. There will be some impact, but it won’t be that noticeable to your average consumer, nor will there be much effect on the U.S. production of steel and aluminum.” As claimed by Dickens, Distinguished Professor of Economics and Social Policy...

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The House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump. Now, the Republican-controlled Senate has the power to decide his fate. The Senate could hold an impeachment trial as early as January. However, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has already indicated that she is in no hurry to send the two House-passed articles of impeachment to the Senate. These articles can trigger a trial of the president.   Jeremy Paul...

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The United States of America has been imposing a commercial, financial, and economic embargo on Cuba since February 7, 1962. As of 2018, six statutes have been maintaining the embargo enforced on Cuba. Whereas most transactions of Cuba with the U.S have been prohibited, the trade embargo remains in place. Even though the diplomatic relations have been restored between the two since 2015, a drift...

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