by Cristina Romero-Caballero Cuttell Migrants embarking in unseaworthy boats from Northern and Western African shores or making arduous overland journeys on foot from Middle Eastern countries, such as Syria or Afghanistan, to reach Europe demonstrate the harsh reality of irregular migration. These movements are normally prompted by the perilous circumstances such as … [Read More...] about EU Migration Mismanagement: Canary Islands the new Lesbos?
by Sam Erkiletian On 9 April 1942, approximately 60,000 Filipino and 15,000 beleaguered American soldiers surrendered to the Imperial Japanese 14th Army under the command of General Masaharu Homma after three months of heavy fighting across the Philippines and on the Bataan Peninsula. What followed was one of the greatest atrocities committed by the Imperial … [Read More...] about The Bataan Death March: The Effects and Limits of Military Socialization
by Benjamin Flosi U.S. Energy Production – Politics vs. Strategy U.S. energy policy is U.S. energy politics. The fight for energy-producing states this … [Read More...] about U.S. Energy, Placing Strategy ahead of Policy
by Marie Blessing Gilbert On the 4th of December last, the withdrawal of approximately 700 US troops and assets from Somalia was announced by the Pentagon. … [Read More...] about President Trump’s gift to Al Shabaab