Category: GLOBAL IDENTITY

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How The World Sees The Role Of Women

How The World Sees The Role Of Women

How are women viewed in different countries across the world? Views fluctuate massively depending on where you live with Russians particularly negativ [...]
A World Without People

A World Without People

I loved this piece from the Atlantic entitled, A World Without People, by Alan Taylor. Taylor has assembled a collection of photos from, “abandoned co [...]
Saudi Arabia Is the Biggest Buyer of U.S. Arms

Saudi Arabia Is the Biggest Buyer of U.S. Arms

The signing of the "largest single arms deal in US history" with Saudi Arabia at the weekend shouldn't really come as much of a surprise. For the last [...]
Where People Think the Economy is Rigged

Where People Think the Economy is Rigged

The Brexit vote in Britain and the election of Donald Trump to become President of the United States have shown that there is a deep distrust of the e [...]
What is a Narrative and Why You Need to Know

What is a Narrative and Why You Need to Know

A narrative is a story that describes and explains events and characters. Increasingly, narratives have also moved into the realm of politics, sociolo [...]
Brexit “Brain Drain” a Grave Threat to UK Universities

Brexit “Brain Drain” a Grave Threat to UK Universities

International staff members at the UK's universities are fearing for their futures as the Brexit process starts to gain traction. About one in six aca [...]
Who are the Elites?

Who are the Elites?

The elites: it’s a term that’s been picking up more and more momentum on both the left and right. President Donald Trump ran as a traitor to his class [...]
India and China Accounted For 82% Of H1-B1 Visas in 2016

India and China Accounted For 82% Of H1-B1 Visas in 2016

    by Niall McCarthy , Apr 19, 2017Approximately 85,000 H-1B visas are issued every year and 100,000 more are extended or re-issued. [...]
Are We in a Time of Existential Threats?

Are We in a Time of Existential Threats?

One of the ideas that I believe it’s most important to think about is the nature of an existential threat. Since the dawn of the first great empires, [...]
How World War I Sparked the Artistic Movement that Transformed Black America

How World War I Sparked the Artistic Movement that Transformed Black America

Aaron Douglas. "Aspects of Negro Life: From Slavery to Reconstruction." Oil on canvas, 1934. The New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Resea [...]
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