Tagged with politics

The Founding of American International Relations: Washington, Hamilton and Jefferson

The Founding of American International Relations: Washington, Hamilton and Jefferson

Written by: Joshua Lax. The archetypal perspectives from which America draws the foundation of its international relations have existed since the time of the constitution.  These perspectives have advanced and receded based on their applicability to the existing economic, political, and social conditions within, and outside of, America. There are three distinct perspectives advanced by … Continue reading

The Democratic People’s Republic of… Canada?

The Democratic People’s Republic of… Canada?

Written by: Michael Kravshik How many of you out there live in a first world democratic country, yet keep hearing about how you actually live in a “Police State,” “Military State,” or my personal favorite, “Fascist State”? Living in Toronto, I hear about it all the time, especially loudly from the slew of protests this city … Continue reading

KRAXFACTS: Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt

KRAXFACTS: Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt

KRAXFACTS are meant to be a short synopsis of the intended subject, which can also help to provide context for related discussion. See a complete list of KRAXFACTS here. Written by: Josh Lax and Michael Kravshik. Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt “Let us speak courteously, deal fairly, and keep ourselves armed and ready.” Life: October 27, 1858 – … Continue reading

KRAXFACTS: The Korean War (1950 – 1953)

KRAXFACTS: The Korean War (1950 – 1953)

KRAXFACTS are meant to be a short synopsis of the intended subject which can also help to provide context for related discussion. See a complete list of KRAXFACTS here. Written by: Josh Lax and Michael Kravshik. The Korean War Dates: 25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953 Belligerents: The South: Republic of Korea, United States, Australia, … Continue reading

All For One, and One For Quebec Only

All For One, and One For Quebec Only

Written by: Michael Kravshik. A federal government is a government for the entire nation. Sounds simple enough, but for some reason it’s a concept that Canadians have a hard time accepting. Well, that’s not entirely true, I think a lot Canadians accept that fact but for some reason (political correctness perhaps?), or some slew of … Continue reading