• New Thought-Provoking Game About Government News Censoring

    New Thought-Provoking Game About Government News Censoring0

    No doubt, running a newspaper in a country ruled by autocrats is a challenging thing to do. Everybody knows it, and everybody claims they will support the rebels in case of an uprising—theoretically, at least. However, when it comes to real life, everything can be far more complicated. Government news censoring is a controversial topic,

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  • Most Hazardous: 5 Top World’s Powerful Armies

    Most Hazardous: 5 Top World’s Powerful Armies0

    The modern world is becoming more unstable—in an increasingly anarchical system like the modern international relations, military power becomes the most valuable form of currency. A state can have all the art, culture, and philosophy in the world, but it does not matter much without a powerful military to defend its own borders. In the

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  • Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 2016

    Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 20160

    Everyone is now talking about the upcoming presidential elections, but what about the economic forecasts for 2016? In response to lower unemployment statistics this year the Federal Reserve is going to raise interest rates. However, many Americans have not recovered completely from negative effects of the economic slowdown yet. Besides, we should not count out

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  • Terrible Murder in Word of Life Church

    Terrible Murder in Word of Life Church0

    From one point of view, person’s religious views are their own private matter, and no one, including and especially the government, should be able to interfere in it in any way. But when these beliefs start hurting other citizens, some action should be taken. A gruesome murder took place in a small Word of Life’s

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  • Dutch Safety Board’s Report: MH17 Shot By Russian-Made Missile

    Dutch Safety Board’s Report: MH17 Shot By Russian-Made Missile0

    The chairman of the Dutch Safety Board, Tjibbe Joustra presented the results of a fifteen-month-long investigation into the horrible crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over the Eastern part of Ukraine. The jetliner was struck by a Russian-made Buk missile, Dutch air accident investigators said. There is no mention of who fired the missile—under the

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  • Economists analyze income inequality, find stunning patterns

    Economists analyze income inequality, find stunning patterns0

    The World Economic Forum, well-known for its annual winter conference, published a new report. The “Inclusive Growth and Development Report” study examines the dependence between the growth of the country’s economy and the social and economic inequality. This study followed the research made by French economist Thomas Picketty. The economists analyzed 112 economies across the

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