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Student of World Religions and Political Science at McGill University. Meagan joined The Political Bouillon last year in hopes of being able to keep writing and editing, as well as foster her interests in international politics. As Managing Editor. Through her position she helps the Bouillon evolve into stronger and more comprehensive publication that embodies the myriad of opinions and perspectives it represents.

Correa’s Double Standard

Last summer Ecuador exploded onto the front page of world newspapers as its government got entangled in a diplomatic crisis with the United Kingdom and Sweden. Ecuador offered asylum to Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, arguing that he was a victim of political persecution. Mr. Assange entered the Ecuadorian embassy on June 19 (where he remains) and crisis ensued as ...

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