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Safer at Home Orders: The Connection Between Public Policy and Domestic Abuse

As COVID-19 began to blaze its way around the globe, countries around the world went into widespread lockdown. Safer at home orders often required...
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Learning From Smallpox Eradication in the COVID-19 Era

Several governments, including that of the US, have signed contracts worth billions of dollars with drug developers in an attempt to ensure that they...
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When It Comes to the Uyghur Genocide, the World Cannot Be a Bystander

We have all seen the videos. A person collapses in the street, a car hits a pedestrian, or someone assaults an innocent passerby. Then...

Learning About COVID-19 From Those Who Don’t Have It

When Edward Jenner, a young English doctor at the end of the eighteenth century, produced the first smallpox vaccination, he was unaware of the...
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Impact of Covid-19 on Religion and Beyond

Religion, in fact, is a way of life pursued by the followers of different faiths all over the world. The coming of pandemic at...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Marginalized Communities

COVID-19 has made a strong impact in every corner of the globe, effectively changing the course of history. Even as numerous countries and U.S....
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Norilsk Oil Spill: What Happens in the Arctic Doesn’t Stay in the Arctic

As if this year already hadn’t piled up enough torments on living beings on the planet, the world woke up to one of the...
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Democracy and the Muslim World Revisited

According to Huntington, the obstacles to democratisation for Islamic countries have been mainly cultural, most famously associated with his well-known Clash of Civilisation thesis....

Expansion of G7: Obstacles and Opportunities

Britain recently proposed the idea of creating a group of 10 democracies or D10 – UK, U.S., Italy, Germany, France, Japan, Canada, Australia, South...