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Now is the time for solidarity

Outbreaks deeply impact our lives. Of course, our habits are also changing. Let's not ignore the psycho-social effects of the outbreak. In addition to the precautions taken against the epidemic, morale is also of tremendous help. We must both lift ou... more

Epidemics have always been a threat to human life

French writer Albert Camus opens his novel, “The Plague”, with a description of the mundane flow of everyday life in the city of Oran. Camus was also born in the French Algerian city of Oran. In his 1947 novel, Camus tells how the “plague” changed pe... more

Global outbreaks and national security

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the novel coranavirus that originated from China as a “global pandemic.” It has once again been proven that one of the evils brought by globalization is the ability to spread local outbreaks across the... more

US’s Israel Lobby takes aim at presidential nominee Sanders

U.S. presidential elections will be held in November 2020. Trump is running for reelection as a candidate for the Republican Party. As for the Democratic side, they had nominated 30 candidates vying to face off with the president. Only three of them ... more

Trump keeps firing members of his cabinet!

The Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives has launched an inquiry to impeach President Donald Trump. The Senate, controlled by the Republicans, acquitted Trump. Thus, Trump, who seems to have put a lid on things, also took several steps t... more

Trump declares war against the 'Deep State'!

President Donald Trump's appointment of U.S. Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, as the Deputy Director to the "National Intelligence Directorate" in charge of overseeing 17 intelligence agencies has fueled debate about the “Deep State” in the co... more

Trump’s Afghanization policy

At the Munich Security conference, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. The U.S.’s special representative to Afghanistan Zalmey Khalilzad also made an appearance at the meetin... more

Donald Trump’s revenge is a dish best served cold

The impeachment trial in Senate regarding U.S. President Donald Trump ended with a victory lap for the Republicans. As the Republicans hold the majority in the Senate, there was no question about the result. Republican Senator Mitt Romney was the onl... more

Why is Trump delaying Netanyahu annexing the West Bank?

There is a general consensus that U.S. President Donald Trump’s so called peace plan will not come to materialize.American analysts are saying that the deal was dead on arrival. The Israelis know this best. Netanyahu got whatever he wanted from the T... more

Will Netanyahu’s White House trap sink or swim?

After failing to form a government after the elections held on Apr. 9 and Sept. 17, Israelis will head to the polls again on March 2, 2020. After years in power, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is being accused of corruption. On Tuesday, the Israel... more


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