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A New Republic – Barbados Removes the Queen as the Head of State

As Americans, we celebrate our independence with pride every year on the Fourth of July. Our ancestors were the winners… Read More

Crisis and Kidnappings in Haiti

Haiti is struggling to get back on its feet following the loss of its president and a big earthquake. Kidnappings,… Read More

The War on Terror Comes to an End – But What Was It?

President Joe Biden is now withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan. It will be the end of a war that lasted… Read More

The Taliban: A Militant Group Explained

As President Joe Biden pulled the American military out of Afghanistan, the Taliban almost immediately took over that country. But… Read More

Haiti Struggles with Natural and Manmade Disasters

The Haitian people have faced chaos for the last two months. An assassinated president and an earthquake caused problems, then… Read More

Afghanistan: A Story of Power Struggles and Fallen Empires

After 20 years at war, the United States has pulled out of Afghanistan – but what exactly is the background… Read More

A Look at the Unique History of Cuba

The history of Cuba has included many foreign actors. In 1492, Christopher Columbus became the first European to step foot… Read More

Thomas Aquinas: Father of the Renaissance?

During the Medieval Warm Period, St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) reintroduced the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle into Europe after his ideas… Read More

The Medieval Warm Period: Did It Save Europe From the Dark Ages?

After the cold spell of the Dark Ages and the Justinian plague, evidence suggests the climate in Europe warmed. This… Read More

Journalist’s Arrest Raises Free Speech Issue in Belarus

The small Eastern European country of Belarus is right in the middle of an international free speech controversy. While U.S…. Read More

Understanding the Dark Ages

In the 1300s, the Italian scholar Petrarch came up with the term “dark ages” to describe European society between the… Read More

How Classical Music Served as America’s Soundtrack

“Music begins when the possibilities of language end,” said Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz… Read More