Prime Minister Liz Truss’ controversial economic policies have thrust the country into a period of financial instability as the value of the pound drops.
The Saudi-led OPEC+ oil production cut poses great threats to relations between Saudi Arabia and the U.S., oil prices, the Ukrainian war, and midterm elections.
A climate-change-induced extreme monsoon season ravaged Pakistan and neighboring 98 million acres of farmland, exacerbating global concern for rising hunger and diminishing food reserves.
Venezuela’s oil market started out strong, yet gradually fell from power as a result of corruption and dictatorship; however, due to recent events, it has a chance to climb out of the hole that it dug itself into.
CHIPS Act Aims to Increase Domestic Semiconductor Manufacturing
One-Line Summary: The CHIPS and Science Act dedicates over $52 billion to increase domestic semiconductor manufacturing in response to recent shortages and tensions with China.
As China revels in years of significant economic growth, issues around domestic innovation and foreign relations suggest stagnation.
Economic experts around the world are having trouble determining the unique macroeconomic position of the United States of America in what can only be defined as an anomaly
Following the death of Mahsa Amini while in custody of the morality police, youth-led protests have erupted in Iran, distinguished in scale and unity.
Amid an unprecedented set of political conditions, the economy makes its way to the forefront of a pack of weaponized issues in the U.S midterms.
Following right-wing political victories in France, Italy, and Sweden, the conditions are perfect for a populist resurgence in Europe.
Hundreds of thousands of Russians fled after Putin announced mobilization in an attempt to salvage the faltering war against Ukraine.
Tension increased between China and Taiwan after Nancy Pelosi visited the island, which has created both economic instability and caused concern for Taiwan residents, in particular, recent immigrants.
Ukraine was on the back foot for most of the conflict; however, with the new offensive in August, the tides seem to be turning.
The risk of nuclear war has been apparent for 60 years, yet President Biden has stated that a “prospect of Armageddon” is present in light of Vladimir Putin’s most recent threats of nuclear attack and has declared strategies for prevention.
Harvard University seeks to administer reparations for its past enslavement of over 70 individuals and promotion of eugenics.
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On May 13, Karine Jean-Pierre replaced Jen Psaki as White House press secretary, becoming the first Black woman and openly LGBTQ woman to hold the position.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict poses a direct threat to the sovereignty of Taiwan, as danger from China lurks near.
The only way to mitigate the devastating impact of student loans is for President Biden to cancel student loan debt.
While recent geopolitical events and COVID-19 have negatively impacted many economies, the U.S. dollar is on a steady rise.
Since its peak in 1970, unionization in America has declined steadily. That is, until the pandemic.
The Russo-Ukrainian War adds a definitive blow to the precarious global food production situation already weakened by climate change and COVID-19 supply chain shortages. The UN now estimates that 50 million people will go hungry in 2023.
John Lee, a Beijing hardliner who cracked down on political dissidents during the 2019-2020 protests, was elected to become the next Chief Executive of Hong Kong in what many regard as a sham election.
Recently, the Taliban has been enacting highly-restrictive laws on Afghan women, abandoning the group’s initial promises of loosening restrictions.
The right to abortion, currently upheld by the Roe v. Wade decision, seems poised to be overturned, as evidenced by the recently leaked Supreme Court draft opinion.