The opioid crisis: fact vs. fiction

The opioid crisis: fact vs. fiction

By Eileen Reynolds Every day, 115 people in the United States die of an opioid overdose—a death toll so high that it’s caused the nation’s overall life expectancy to drop for two years in a row. In 2016, opioids claimed 63,600 American lives, more than those that died...
Terror in Christchurch: Analysing what happened 🔊

Terror in Christchurch: Analysing what happened 🔊

On Friday, March 15, a fascist-white supremacist attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing fifty people. This was the deadliest terror attack in New Zealand since the 19th century and one of the worst mass shootings in modern times. But why did it...
Why does China continue to support North Korea?

Why does China continue to support North Korea?

By Wang Chenjun & Richard McGregor Of all the countries on the sidelines of the Hanoi summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, few were watching more intently than China. The Chinese saying – “if the lips are gone, the teeth will be cold” – has often been used...