Scotland Votes for Second Independence Referendum As UK Triggers Brexit


On the same day that British Prime Minister Theresa May signed the letter to formally begin the United Kingdom's European Union exit, otherwise known as Brexit, the Scottish Parliament voted to seek a second independence referendum. First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon received the backing of the Scottish Green Party, pushing

Car and Trip to Brazil Raffled in Campaign for University Student Government

ASUNCION, Paraguay— In Paraguay's national university, the Universidad Nacional de Asunción (UNA), the elections for the student government of each college are in full swing. In the university's law school, Facultad de Derecho UNA, which is esteemed as the country's best law school, there are four candidates running for the presidency.

While Wilders’ Defeat is Temporary Reprieve for EU, Upcoming French Election Serves as True Barometer of Populist Support


In the past calendar year, leaders of the European Union have received quite a jolt; their vision of an open market, boundary-free, and unified Europe has been besieged by widespread nativist and populist sentiment. This particular wave of Populist fervor—one that has focused on economic inequality and the perceived threat of refugees