The French government tries to balance fundamental freedoms with security.
An overview of her performance as Governor General to date.
Image Credits: Douglas Simkin, via Flickr Creative Commons The virtues of federalism have been exalted since the Enlightenment, with influential continental theorists such as Montesquieu and Rousseau being proponents of a More
Image Credits: James N. Mattis, via Flickr Creative Commons For decades, Saudi Arabia had a very low-key profile in international affairs, and limited its foreign involvement to the Middle East. More
Image Credits: Ben Sutherland, via Flickr Creative Commons In 1980, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) led by Robert Mugabe gained independence from the white supremacist state of Rhodesia. Mugabe won More
Image Credits: John McCallum, via Flickr Creative Commons Prime Ministers inherently play two major roles: that of the party leader, and that of the head of government. Despite both roles being More
Image Credits: CBC. Justin Trudeau is the “skunk” who “screwed everybody”, according to the international leaders he left “fum[ing]” over the “scuppered” Trans-Pacific Partnership renegotiations. The Trans-Pacific Partnership was signed in More
Image Credits: Eric Bridiers for the United States Mission in Geneva In late October, the World Health Organization (WHO) appointed Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe as their Goodwill Ambassador. Immediately following More
Photo by Gage Skidmore, via Flickr Creative Commons On May 17th, Robert Mueller, a FBI director under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, was appointed as the head of the More
Photo by Kurdish Struggle via Flickr, Creative Commons Kurdistan’s continuous pursuit of legitimacy reached its climax on September 25th when a referendum to obtain independence from Iraq was held. The More