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China and U.S. Clash Over U.N. Sanctions

By: Izzy Vaughan-Jones At the United Nations, China is locking horns with the United States’ efforts to blacklist cargo ships suspected of violating international sanctions against North Korea.[1]  The U.N. is grappling with how to respond to North Korea’s nuclear weapons.[2]  Currently, the U.S. is seeking to convince other U.N. members to take a “maximum pressure” approach towards North Korea…






The U.S. Trade War with Bombardier

By: Joshua Bransford             Unbeknownst to many, the United States and Canada have recently been involved in a trade war.[1] The two behemoth corporations, Boeing and Bombardier, have recently been facing off due to issues involving trade tariffs.[2] “Boeing has accused Bombardier of accepting billions in unfair Canadian subsidies that allowed the company to undercut…