Author Archives : Drew Horne

Chinese Expansion in the South China Sea

On July 8, 2020, Posted by , In Asia, By ,, , With No Comments

By Brayden McFadden In the past five years China has become increasingly aggressive about asserting their authority over greater and greater swathes of the South China Sea through the creation and militarization of artificial islands. One aspect of this expansion that has drawn considerable ire from the US is the…

No Laughing Matter: The Rise of Ukraine’s Comedian-President

On July 8, 2020, Posted by , In Europe, By ,, , With No Comments

By Nate McGhie In the wake of the 2014 Euromaidan uprisings in Ukraine, comedian and actor Volodymyr Zelenskiy created, produced, and starred in “Servant of the People”, a TV series about an unknown history teacher winning the presidential elections. The show is a satirical take on the corruption and inefficiency…

To Win or to Lose: The Battle of COVID: Comparing Methodologies of the U.S., Italy, and South Korea

On June 15, 2020, Posted by , In Uncategorized, By ,, , With No Comments

By: Amanda Gach and Samantha Pearse April 24, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has infected over two and a half million people, with numbers quickly rising each day. Impacting the respiratory functions of the body, this virus ravages the elderly and those with underlying health conditions such as asthma and diabetes….

Hypersonic Missiles in Asia

On December 7, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports,Asia,Uncategorized, By ,,, , With Comments Off on Hypersonic Missiles in Asia

By Hunter Huillet On October 1, China impressed the world on the 70th anniversary of Communist rule with a military parade that highlighted the technological progress and investment into military might China has made[1]. Among these technologies is the deployment of hypersonic missiles; weapons that have worrying implications for the…

Russian Arms Deals-Altering the Balance of Power in the East

On November 18, 2019, Posted by , In Asia,Taylor Hill, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on Russian Arms Deals-Altering the Balance of Power in the East

By Taylor Hill While it cannot be categorically stated that the United States “won” the Cold War, the fall of the Soviet Union and the ensuing economic and political turmoil in Russia left the United States as the only surviving global superpower. In the early 1990s, the modern-day perception of…