Mexico’s Dichotomy

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

 

Mexico. It’s a country full of surprisingly more similarities to the U.S. than what one would initially expect, yet it’s marked by many internal differences that differentiate the nation from its northern neighbor. Continue reading

A Busted Cycle

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

 

Last month, Africa’s Tanzania began the construction of its first industrial park, a result of attracting the attention of what are primarily major Chinese goods firms. This comes at a time when its Continue reading

A 2020 Vision

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

At the 2015 Global Poverty Reduction and Development Forum, Xi Jinping vowed to eradicate poverty in China by 2020. At first, it seems like a ridiculously unrealistic, overly optimistic preposal. But over the past Continue reading

Davis v. Duty

Davis v. Duty

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

Kim Davis is known as the Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, with claims that she was acting under “God’s authority.” This comes as no surprise, as the Rowan Continue reading