The pen is still mightier than the sword according to the 1.6 million people who attended the Paris Unity March on January 11. The death of 12 members of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and the murder of a further five French citizens by Islamic terrorists, provoked a massive national unity march which was attended Read More…
Brian examines various reactions from social media users regarding the Paris attacks
An upswing of violence has plagued the Middle East for the better part of two decades, and has begun to spill onto foreign shores in the form of brutal acts of terror. With a power void in the Middle East following the withdrawal of coalition forces, the Islamic State (IS), the most brutal and violent Read More…
France has launched a wide-ranging mission to combat terrorism in the Sahel region, but Paul Pryce expresses some concern about the lack of a state-building component.
With Russian naval vessels appearing outside of Australia during the 2014 APEC Summit, Ian Litschko examines the reaction.
Anojan NIcholas takes a look at the recent Nobel prize winner in Economics Jean TIrole and his revolutionary work in market power and regulation.
In his latest piece, Samir Mourani illustrates the transition of Shiites from second-tier citizens to political relevancy and the resulting rise of the Hezbollah movement.