China’s “no-strings attached” policies certainly create economic gains for Africa, however the inherent vestiges of colonialism raise questions about the true cost of realizing these benefits.
Western Intervention in Gay Rights Abroad
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To fight Ebola, governments must invest in public health education.
The killing of al-Shabaab’s leader may mean the crippling of the Somalian terrorist organization.
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