Thursday, January 18, 2018

Bandung Zoo: Animal Hell

Giuseppe Inglima, Franklin & Marshall College BANDUNG, Indonesia. Imagine taking your children to the zoo on a beautiful day, and once you arrive, you encounter skeleton-like animals covered in mud,...

The New World Order; Russia and the US

By Dan Jussaume, Frankly & Marshall College             The understatement of the century would be to say that Donald J. Trump is a divisive and...

Trump’s Asia trip: Stops in Japan, China and beyond

By Zoe Szathmary | Fox News President Trump was in the Philippines on Sunday as part of his trip to Asia that has already included...

Asian leaders charm Trump — too much, critics fear

Foreign leaders are developing a playbook for charming — and disarming — the volatile U.S. President. By ANDREW RESTUCCIA DANANG, Vietnam—Asian leaders, following in the footsteps of the Saudis and the...

North Korea conducts most powerful nuclear test yet

Aljazeera Pyongyang lauds 'perfect success' of its sixth nuclear test with a hydrogen bomb as tensions with US and allies soar. North Korea has carried out its sixth nuclear test - the...

Trump, Duterte to hold first formal sit-down as uncertainty over Philippines’ human rights lingers

Fox News President Donald Trump is set to meet Monday with the so-called “Trump of the East,” Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, another controversial world leader known for his...

North Korea says it has missile-ready hydrogen bomb

Aljazeera State news agency KCNA says Kim Jong-un inspected a hydrogen bomb that is to be loaded into a new ICBM. North Korea has said it has developed a more advanced...

Japanese hotel takes flak after calling the Nanjing massacre as “lie of Chinese government”

The APA group, which operates more than 400 hotels in Japan and entered the US market in 2015,  has experienced a boycott from Chinese guests. In January 14th, 2017, Two...

The Arctic Arms Race: The New Cold War

By Anna Rakich, Franklin & Marshall College As of right now, there is a lot more than Santa’s toy factory up at the North Pole. The Arctic holds 22 percent...

Bomb kills local secular politician, his brother in Pakistan

Associated Press QUETTA, Pakistan –  A Pakistani government official says a bomb struck a vehicle carrying the local leader of a secular political party in southwestern Pakistan, killing...