On April 7, two superpowers met in Florida. At Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, the US president met with Xi Jinping to discuss two pressing issues – trade between the US and China and the denuclearization of North Korea. The denuclearization of North Korea was a huge topic. Just a few days after the meeting, both…
Last month, Park Geun-Hye, the 11th president of South Korea, was impeached by the national parliament with an overwhelming majority of 234 votes out of 300. About four to five months remain until the country’s constitutional court decides whether to accept or reject the impeachment motion. Park’s impeachment was based on a political scandal that…
With the elections covering all news outlets, it is becoming more and more difficult for citizens to figure out which candidate they should be voting for come November. Many feel Republican candidate Donald Trump should win and others believe he is not suitable to be the President. Whichever the case, the results in November are highly anticipated.
The political campaigns are doing much more than just bringing people together it is also causing major brands to adjust their marketing strategies to also follow in the footsteps of many political campaigns. The nationalistic pride that political campaigns bring to the forefront is also now being found on the labels of major products around the United States.
The presence of Asian Pacific Islanders (APIs) has increased yet also decreased in politics. The voice of APIs has also decreased and this is cause for concern. APIs need to start becoming more active in politics in order for API voices and concerns are heard. In order for API needs are met more APIs need to get involved and start speaking up. APIs need to understand that politics is the center of social change and it can be the gateway for positive change for the API community.
Minorities Gain a Greater Voice
The candidates are competing for districts 4 and 10.
Proponents want regulate people who sell in parks.
Senator Yee was arrested in late March.
Recent scandals may hurt Christie’s chances at the presidency.