Mexican Soccer Match Suspended as Brawl Leaves Dozens Injured
Photo credit: Esto Es Puebla By Manuel Aguilera-PrietoContributing Writer On March 5th, violence erupted at a soccer match between Mexican football clubs Querétaro and Atlas. Local media reported 26 injuries, three of which were deemed critical. Fans present during the altercation have insisted that there were numerous deaths, although the state of Querétaro has denied…
The Strategic Shifts Caused by Nord Stream 2 and What the United States Can Do Moving Forward
Russia’s energy market has long served as a coercive tool for achieving favorable outcomes, though has never been as effective as it currently is, or as it is likely to be. The Nord Stream 2 represents a growing Russian influence in the heart of Europe that has the potential to damage Western alliances and swing…
WHY IT’S SO HARD FOR THE U.S. AND IRAN TO MAKE A DEAL
Staff Writer Rebecca Emrick discusses the fragile context that forms the foundation of the current nuclear negotiations between Iran and the world.