Tag Archives: foreign policy

Why Religion Influences Politics More Now Than 50 Years Ago | Monica Duffy Toft

So religion has become more influential in global politics, and it really started taking off in the 1970s, Whereas people today, if you read contemporary newspapers and magazines and journals and stuff, you would think that it all started in the post-9/11 era—that as a result of 9/11 people started noticing or thought that’s where… Read More »

Modern Day Slavery – Full Episode

Human trafficking is [one] of the fastest growing criminal industries representing over 30 billion dollars in illegal trade per year at any given time the [united] nations estimates more than 2.4 million people hailing from 136 Different Countries are being trafficked around [the] world Many end up in the sex trade Some end up in… Read More »

Is the pope head of the world’s most powerful government? | The Economist

This is the world’s smallest country. The Vatican City State is less than half a square kilometer in size and home to around 800 people, one of whom is the Pope. The Pontiff is not only the head of state, but is also head of the government of the Catholic Church, known as the Holy… Read More »