• An October Surprise from North Korea
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    There has been much global speculation and criticism regarding the 2016 presidency and the remaining front-runners. This election has proven to be more controversial than past elections, and with that has come ample international attention – most notably from our enemies across the Pacific. North Korea has always tried new tactics to impair this pre-inauguration […]

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  • 9/11 Report – A Fuse of US-Saudi Arabia Relations
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    Saudi Arabia has long been one of America’s closest allies and trading partners in the Middle-East region. Saudi Arabia owns the most amount of ammunition from US in that region, and exports more than 1 million barrels of crude oil per day to the US, the second most besides Canada. However, there are many interesting […]

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  • Crossing the Line
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    In the past years, the United States and Russia have been having close encounters. The number of encounters have ramped up dramatically since the Cold War. These close encounters often occur in the Baltic Sea. Due to these skirmishes one can wonder what could happen in the future between these two powerful countries. A spokesman […]

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  • The Realities of a Mass-Deportation
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    The current conservative dogma on immigration reform may be justifiable to a point, however, is it hyped up to be more than it’s worth? Republican immigration policy is simple – I like to call it the go back home method. Simply put, most conservatives believe that if you are from another country, and do not […]

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  • Panama Papers: Just Who Is Involved?
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    The Panama Papers is one of the largest scandals to have a global presence. If you are not aware of what the Panama Papers are, they are a set of over eleven million documents leaked belonging to Mossack Fonseca, a company that, for all intents and purposes, helps the incredibly wealthy hide their wealth offshore. […]

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  • Recent Victories and Defeats on the War on Terror
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    This past week there has been an abundance of terror activity. From the ISIS’s Brussels attack to the Taliban’s bombing in Pakistan to the reclaiming of Palmyra and to the FBI unlocking the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. This back and forth war shows no signs of slowing down. The world is […]

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  • Espionage? Or Daily Routine?
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    If you are interested in action films, spy films specifically, you may like James Bond, Salt, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Jason Bourne, Kingsmen: Secret Service, True Lies, and Mission Impossible. Some of you have always dreamt of driving up in a slick Aston Martin to a five star hotel in Montenegro just to play a […]

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  • Hacking With A Cause
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    Hidden behind a blockade of various VPNs and IP address hiders and, most importantly, Guy Fawkes Masks lie one of the most influential activist groups to ever exist. Anonymous is a group of hackers, commonly termed “hacktivists,” who illegally infiltrate different online organizations or websites in order to pursue an action that they feel is […]

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  • North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile?
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    As of this month, the North Korean Government announced their plan to attempt to send a satellite into orbit Deploying a satellite, itself, is not necessarily a threat, for they claim it will be used  “peaceful space exploration.” The problem with this is the possibility that they are deploying a device capable of delivering an […]

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  • Boko Haram and Its Effect on Us
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    Everyone has heard of the Islamic extremist group ISIS, also known as ISIL. Although, no one has any idea what Boko Haram is. Boko Haram is an Islamic extremist group located in Nigeria that has killed tens of thousands and displaced over two million. Members radicalize young men, rape and abduct young women, leave young […]

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