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Ida Tarbell: Lessons from the past for today's history makers

The striking aphorism “news is only the first rough draft of history” is often attributed to Philip L. Graham, the editor of The Washington Post during…

Samuel John Lewis

Is a Third Party on the Horizon of US Politics?

American politics is polarized and fragmented; even the efforts of President Biden to unify the country will likely fall on many deaf ears. American voters must…

Harry Watson

Joe Biden can't reinstate democracy without instating it first

The 2020 U.S. presidential election shone a light on the paper-thin façade of American democracy. Though traditionally very willing to intercede in international affairs in…

Victoria Paynter

The Strange Case of Iowa: Debating Democracy

The United States has long been a nation that rests on its title as a democratic republic, with democracy sitting at the centre of all its…

Kira Leeton

Can this Small State Governor become the Heir to Trump and take the White House?

American elections can feel like a fatiguing and never-ending cycle of ego and power at the best of times. That’s not to mention the last…

James Hoggett

A new threat for air travel: A comparison between safety measures during Covid-19 and after 9/11

Air travel has been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the world is advancing with vaccinations, it will soon have to adapt to new safety measures during flights.…

Fernanda Ciliberti