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The 2014 Press Freedom Index by the France-based organization, Reporters Without Borders, once again brought an insightful analysis on which countries were most successful in providing a press environment that facilitates media independence – where journalists are to report in a free infrastructure, excluded of abuse from officials.  One of the most notable drops in this [...]

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A series of endless campaigns by the federal government, first Presidents Nixon and Reagan’s largely fruitless ‘war on drugs’ and later President Bush’s declared ‘war on terror’, have led to the wide-scale militarization of local police forces in the United States. When protestors assembled following the shooting by police of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, [...]

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In March 2009, after a couple years of deliberation, the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence decided to begin a study on the tactics used by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to collect intelligence from suspected terrorists. After being sent to the White House for review, an amended version was released to the public [...]

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This year, there was much international spotlight on North Korea. The country’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un, had gone missing from the media in September only to appear with a cane six weeks later, they have shut down their borders to any foreign tourists due to fear of Ebola, and a UN Human Rights investigator [...]

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Heroin addiction is not a recent problem for Vancouver. The city has been a hotspot for heroin use for decades, and although addiction treatment has become more widely available, usage levels are still well beyond that of other major Canadian cities. The successful operation of safe-injection sites such as Insite, has made international headlines; although [...]

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