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18, half-Italian half-French, currently traveling the world on a gap year before starting university at Yale-NUS.

Hacer voluntariado con refugiados en Europa

Cómo ayudar a los inmigrantes más vulnerables que huyen de la inestabilidad de sus países de origen hacia Europa.

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Is the West to Blame for Syria’s Refugee Crisis?

The West’s long-term irresponsible involvement in Middle Eastern affairs may ultimately be the cause of Syria’s current crisis.

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Italy’s True Rulers: The Mafia

The issue of the mafia’s stronghold over Italy has been brought to the forefront this year, and here is why it cannot be ignored anymore.

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Flaming Days, Hazy Nights

What are the harmful effects of the haze in Southeast Asia, and how can this phenomenon be eradicated in the long term?

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Time for Prop Rep?

After the “most disproportionate [elections] in electoral history” in the U.K., it may be time to switch to a different voting system.

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The Cost of Doing Business: Bribery and Corruption

What are the socio-economic effects of bribery and can it ever be a normal part of business?

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The Dawn of Voting Technologies

New technologies could reform our voting systems and make them more modern, accessible, and democratic.

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Technology and the Rise of #Anti-Capitalism

A new virtual economy is contradicting typical market rules and changing the role of capitalism in our society.

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The Politics of Mental Health

Governmental support for psychological wellbeing is growing, but there is still a need for better funded mental health sectors in Western health systems.

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Could Veganism End World Hunger?

“Each day a vegan saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 30 sq.ft. of forested land, 20 lbs CO2 equivalent, one animal’s life.”

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America’s Empire of Liberty

Imperialism didn’t die out when the Soviet Union collapsed; the United States of America may in fact be one of history’s greatest empires.

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The Lesser Evil: Autocracy vs. Anarchy

Is a stable totalitarian system preferable to a “free” society plagued with instability? And can authoritarian regimes themselves be sources of instability in the long-term?

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USA 2016: A Voters’ Race to Extremes?

With the rising popularity of candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, the USA 2016 presidential elections seem to be taking a turn toward political extremes.

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A Potential Brexit’s Impact on Europe

How would Britain’s potential withdrawal from the European Union impact its neighbours on the continent?

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Japan’s Gender Gap: A Nation’s Undoing?

Japan is a fully developed nation but still holds traditionalist attitudes toward gender. What are the social roots and economic effects of Japan’s persisting inequality?

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