The war in Afghanistan followed the 2001 United States invasion. The U.S. was supported initially by Canada and the United Kingdom and later by a coalition of over 40 countries, including all NATO members. The War in Afghanistan is the longest war in United States history and is still ongoing. The war’s public aims were… Continue reading Lions for Lambs – US Involvement in Afghanistan
The 25th of September 2015, the UN set 17 goals to transform our world; called The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The ultimate goal is to tackle the most urgent problems while measuring progress and solutions. The SDGs are a common set of goals for all communities in every country. The United Nations hopes these goals… Continue reading UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
Gender inequality is a highly discussed global challenge, which has been especially heated the last period of time with The United States almost getting their first ever female president in the history of time. Every single day women suffer from a lack of equal rights, which is a great barrier to human development and a… Continue reading The Global Challenge of Gender Inequality
Voluntary work: If I ever were to do voluntary work, I would definitely consider going to Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam and do some medical work for International Volunteer HQ. My childhood best friend was originally from Vietnam, and I have always been fascinated by the country and wanted to go there to see what… Continue reading Choosing your Path
Fake news can be found everywhere around us at all times. It is one of the most relevant issues on today’s social media platform, and according to Al Jazeera, about 23 percent of the average people claim to have either wittingly or unwittingly shared a fake news item. The problem is that manipulated news are… Continue reading Fake News
All around the world, people learn the language that we know as The Global Language and a secondary or main language for most people. Although we all speak and write the same language, many countries have their own version of the languages that sounds or seems different from others. More commonly called accents. It’s like… Continue reading Who Speaks English?
Aravind Adiga Aravind Adiga is an author and journalist born and raised in India. He studied at Columbia University in New York and Magdalen college in Oxford. He worked as a finance journalist in the beginning and has been published by Financial Times, Money and The Wall Street Journal. In February 2003 he did an… Continue reading Reading in Class – Preparations