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Should Women Serve in the Army?

The 21st century can be fairly called the age of proclaimed equality of genders. Today, one can count much less occupations that remain solely masculine—women…

“World War Z” by Max Brooks

World War Z—An Oral History of the Zombie War is a post-apocalyptic novel written by American writer Maximillian Michael Brooks. Unlike many other zombie-novels, World…

The Decay of Western Culture

Though many of us have become accustomed to seeing culture as an aggregate of an artistic and historical heritage, this is a rather broad term.…

The Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge’s construction is one of the great achievements in United States history and helped pave the way for New York City’s rapid expansion…

Strategies to Fight Global Terrorism

Terrorism is defined as the “use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims” (Oxford, 2010). There is a phenomenon of ruthless individuals…

The Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre

Jallianwalla Bagh is a public garden in Amritsar, in the province of Punjab, where thousands of Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs had gathered for the celebration…

Nicotine as the Most Dangerous Drug

There are numerous well-trodden ways for modern citizens to be distracted from their stress by external measures. Alcohol, chemical drugs, cigarettes, marijuana, the Internet, TV…

Is Humanity Alone in the Universe?

Understanding the Universe has been a continual mystery to humanity. Throughout human history, individuals have been searching for answers to numerous questions that were provoked…

The Conundrum of Overpopulation

Back in 8000 B.C., the world was inhabited by a measly 5 million people, roughly the population of Papua New Guinea today. Currently, Earth contains…

“1984” by George Orwell

“1984” is a novel about totalitarianism and the fate of a single man who tried to escape from an overwhelming political regime. The book was…

Economic Growth and Environmental Damage

Though nowadays it is more often claimed that humanity can develop without causing damage to nature, there still are strong opposing arguments to this hypothesis.…

Why People Should Connect More with Nature

Despite the technological advances and scientific inventions that make us believe we have nothing in common with the rest of the animal kingdom, we are…

The Problem of Obesity in America

It has long been debated whether obesity is a relative measure and should not be used as a stigma to label overweight people. However, the…

A Walk in the Park

Living in the city is hard, even for those who were born in the industrialized environment of crowded streets, huge supermarkets, crammed subways, and polluting…

Unusual Vacation

Travelling has been a longtime passion of mine. Being a photographer, I find seeing unfamiliar places, meeting new people, and getting to know different cultures…

Trip to the End of the World

It could had been another drab winter. Every year, as soon as that particularly thick fog and white crisp snow covered the village of Ramsjö,…

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