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echo

The Internet has expanded the variety and amount of accessible political information. On the positive side, this may create a more pluralistic form of public debate; on the negative side, greater access to information may lead to selective exposure to ideologically supportive channels. The echo chamber effect aroused by this internet occurs online due to a harmonious group of people amalgamating and developing tunnel vision....

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muslim

When there are talks related to radical rules or the extremist mentality, the name of Donald Trump isn’t too far. It doesn’t amaze us now that he has been the spine behind the exec­u­tive order to block all refugees from entering the United States for a minimum period of four months. The order doesn’t restrict itself to just refugees as it also halts immi­gra­tion for...

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francis

It is rightly believed that a leader isn’t born; he has to evolve to reach that stature. It isn’t an easy deal to become TIME’s ‘person of the year’ until our deeds justify this title and the nomination of Pope Francis as the same wasn’t a matter of astonishment for the general public. TIME magazine named Pope Francis as its “Person of the Year,” describing...

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Kavanaugh

Donald Trump has been the talk of the town since the day he started his reign as the President of the most developed economy, United States of America. Taking into consideration his radical decisions on illegal immigrants or any other policy, he has never been in the good books of media. His nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has raised everyone’s eyebrows. Dan Urman,...

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trump's

Donald Trump’s diplomatic and extremist approach isn’t a sense of excitement for the Americans now. It is because they are getting used to it as the tenure of Donald Trump as the President of the United States is moving forward. Three Northeastern University’s faculty members: Baktybek Beshimov, Mary Loeffelholz, and William Rugh put forward their viewpoints on the same and its implications on the United...

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gene

A gene patent is the exclusive rights to a specific sequence of DNA (a gene) given by a government to the individual, organisation or corporation who claims to have first identified the gene. Once granted a gene patent, the holder of the patent dictates how the gene can be used, in both commercial settings, such as clinical genetic testing, and in noncommercial settings, including research,...

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Saudi

All relations can be held together solidly only when the decisions of one party don’t offend the other party. This primary basis of relationship was what the two nations, Saudi Arabia and Iran, couldn’t maintain leading to the deterioration of their good terms raising concerns in the Middle East and around the world. While tensions between the two nations aren’t an astonishing discovery, the situation...

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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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