CIA Concludes Crown Prince Behind Khashoggi Murder

On Friday, November 16, the Central Intelligence Agency released a report concluding that the Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman was responsible for ordering the assassination of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October. Khashoggi,…

Mexico on Track to Legal Marijuana

Mexico’s current Congress is controlled in both houses by the Movimiento Regeneración Nacional—or National Regeneration Movement— (MORENA) party, a socially democratic party thatsupports "development through private and social business, promoting competition, but exercising State responsibility…

Canada Hosts International Economic Conference

Starting on October 24, Canada will be hosting an economic conference in Ottawa regarding the future of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Thirteen parties have been invited to the two-dayevent: Australia, Brazil, Chile, the European…

Cannabis Set for Canada Legislation

Cannabis is set to be legalized in Canada on October 17, making it the largest country to do so at this time. While the ban is currently nationwide, individual provinces have set up different systems…

Canada vs. Trans-Fatty Foods

As of September 17, trans fats have finally made their way out of Canada. In 2017, Health Canada, the country’s publicbody responsible for national public health, moved to ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), citing concerns…

France Bans Pesticides

An environmental crisis that affects agriculturalists ranging from international farm conglomerates to home gardeners is underway: the depletion of bee populations. Bee populations around the globe are suffering due to overuse of pesticides, especially during…

Nuclear Power: To Be or Not to Be?

The term ‘nuclear’ is often met with negative connotations. From weapons to radioactivity, anything involving nuclear properties is considered a danger to the world. However, nuclear energy may be the key to achieving clean energy…