This week saw the Irish government published a long-awaited Commission of Report into the Mother and Baby Homes. This report reminded so many of us of the Catholic Church’s atrocities against women and children in Ireland. However, some of the Commission’s conclusions in the report have been met with disappointment from survivor groups and TDs alike. With the church’s abuse and cruelty back in the media spotlight, one must question if this apparent holy institution has benefitted this small island nation in any way.
After years of negotiation, the European Union and China have recently concluded what they’ve dubbed the “Comprehensive Agreement on Investment”. Diplomats have hailed this as a milestone and a boon to the European and Chinese economies at a time where the world is in investors? What implications does this have for international relations? This article will analyse the main components of the agreement and its implications on the world stage.
The untimely death of Chadwick Boseman left many Black Panther fans unsure about the continuation of the Black Panther sequel.
As Israel enters into its fourth election in three years, impending corruption charges for the current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could decide the fate of Israeli politics for years to come.