“Cyberterrorism Could Be Equivalent to WW3” – So, Why Aren’t We Paying Attention?

14355033_1381372131892109_8836122230010910437_n Jennifer Amspacher

Our modern society is becoming more and more dependent on information technology each day, and while this development may come with many positive effects, it also comes with many political and security complications. Continue reading ““Cyberterrorism Could Be Equivalent to WW3” – So, Why Aren’t We Paying Attention?”

Nationalism vs. Multiculturalism: The Case for Coexistence

14523303_10209303430817189_8787678059998973059_n Laura Serra

Recent developments in world politics have led to the resurgence of popularity and influence for nationalistic parties. What is problematic about this trend is the rhetoric used by leaders and supporters of these parties, a rhetoric that at best resembles that being used during the interwar period, and at worst invokes similar political actions. Continue reading “Nationalism vs. Multiculturalism: The Case for Coexistence”

The Illegal Hypocrisy of Johnson’s Foreign Policy

12195877_10205276510217831_6945065231375297840_n Kelli Jones

Last week, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson took to the despatch box to condemn violent atrocities taking place in Syria, stating that purposely attacking a hospital constituted war crimes, questioning the whereabouts of the Stop the war Coalition, and suggesting Russian actions in the area should be investigated and protested against. Continue reading “The Illegal Hypocrisy of Johnson’s Foreign Policy”