Last week on November 30th, former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader, Jiang Zemin, passed away in Shanghai at the age of 96.
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India, the world’s largest democracy and home to one of the largest US embassies in the world has been left without an ambassador for the past twenty months, the longest stretch yet with no US representative to India.
Throughout the past decade, social media has gradually taken on a central role in the American political system. What once used to be seen as a force for democracy has now turned into a force for polarization.
While the US and Japan have had a longstanding security alliance to bring peace to the Indo-Pacific region, the relationship between the two countries has not always been stable.
Albert Rose, a senior at Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton, CA, has a unique identity that makes the Russian invasion of Ukraine very personal for him and his family.