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Two months ago, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vacated the post of Turkish Prime Minister he had held for over 10 years, only to assume the post of President on August 28 after being elected earlier that month. As with any election in any country where they take place, what the result means is the subject of [...]

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The Ebola outbreak has already killed thousands in West Africa, and the disease has now been contracted by people in North America and Europe. The response by the mass media and of many individuals has been centered on the fear of the disease, this is one which lends itself to extremist views regarding the response [...]

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Eric Holder is retiring from his post as Attorney General this month; leaving behind a mixed legacy as the first African American to hold the position. When first appointed by President Obama in 2009, he was hailed as the new voice for civil rights in the cabinet; pre-emptive praise well-earned from his impressive career as [...]

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I’m a Canadian and I use Netflix. Does that make me any less of a Canadian? What if I prefer American to Canadian content? In a recent battle between Netflix and the CRTC, Netflix won.  This should come as no surprise. Netflix has revolutionized the way in which online streaming operates. Its popularity and appeal reaches [...]

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On September 26th, approximately 58 students from Ayotzinapa Normal School in Mexico headed toward the city of Guerrero to take part in a protest. They were enrolled in a teachers’ training program, and were demonstrating against recent education reforms, as well as discrimination against teachers in the education system. The protest’s outcome was as horrible as it was unforeseeable. Regardless of [...]

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