A Commentary on Austrian Politics By: Nicola Ulm What does the recession mean for Austria? How is the government trying to curb a potential energy crisis in Europe? Austrian citizen or not, the Austrian ministry for climate, (Sustainability and Energy Efficiency) has released multiple suggestions for saving energy this winter. Known as Mission 11, it … Continue reading Mission 11: Pots on your Lids and Computers on Standby. What Does it Mean?
By: Clara Amry On the 9th October 2022, the Austrian presidential elections were held after four years, the last one being held in 2016. Although many predicted the reelection of Alexander Van Der Bellen, who has been the Austrian federal president for the past six years, the results of this year's election have confirmed this. … Continue reading Austrian Presidential Elections 2022 – Candidates and Results
New boundaries of the Palestinian state proposed by Donald Trump, reshaping the borders of both Israel and Palestinian territories. Source: White House By: Alisa Fridman Date: February 10, 2020 WASHINGTON - On January 28, 2020, US President Donald Trump and his administration presented a peace plan for Israel and Palestine, in hopes of resolving the … Continue reading “Deal of the Century” Provides Israel With Bread, Leaving Palestine With Crumbs
Michael Bloomberg announces his candidacy for Democratic nominee of President of the United States. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images By Evgeny Stolyarov February 6th, 2020 The nomination of a Democratic contender for President of the United States began on Monday with the Iowa caucuses. Due to a poorly developed app, results were delayed and amid … Continue reading The Dangers of Self-Funded Political Campaigns
Citizens march through downtown Brooklyn in protest against gentrification on the 21st of September, 2019. By Paul Frangipane. 29 January 2020, by Delaney Jones Gentrification is a growing problem worldwide, especially in New York over the last five years. Developers force low income citizens out of their houses to make way for more expensive housing, … Continue reading Growing Gentrification in the Neighborhoods of New York
A House Burning Down in Lake Conjola, New South Wales due to the Bushfires, Courtesy of the BBC January 17, 2020 By: Fatima Lukman-Mohammed Since late December there have been bushfires plaguing Australia. The fires have negatively affected the lives and health of hundreds of animals, and little to much of the public’s knowledge, a … Continue reading How the Impoverished Are Being Affected by the Australian Bush Fires
Lori Loughlin and her husband leaving court after admission scandal exposes them. Captured in August 2019 By: Eliza Munteanu Date: 17/01/20 Within the last few years, whispers have been traveling around Los Angeles about famous figures allegedly bribing and paying off colleges, entrance exams, and sports administrators to guarantee spots for their children in colleges. … Continue reading Public Figures Implicated in a Growing College Admission Scandal