Are They Tariff-ing Each Other Apart? May 19, 2019

Let’s trade! That’s something that you might hear at school. Whether it’s trading a snack at lunch or Pokémon cards during recess, the act of t

What Makes A Protest Effective? May 11, 2019

Here’s an interesting update. Last December, we shared a story about a protest that was happening in France. The protest was against a “green tax

The Leader Of New Zealand Says Yes! May 11, 2019

It’s a very exciting time for the British Commonwealth. First the birth of baby boy Sussex, and then an engagement! We can’t take all the exciteme

Jailed For Wrongdoing Or Doing Right? May 11, 2019

Two news reporters in the country of Myanmar (formerly Burma) were finally released after being jailed for 500 days. Most people think of jail as a pl

The End Of An Era May 3, 2019

Imagine being born knowing that one day you’d have to take on the responsibilities of being the symbolic leader of your country. That’s the destin

Press Freedom May 3, 2019

Power comes in various forms. In our society, political lawmakers and leaders are influential, but so are ordinary citizens, as they have the power to

Can You Change The Location Of A Capital City? May 3, 2019

Each state and country has a capital city, considered the most important city and one where the central government and administrative offices exist. B

How Did Sri Lanka Respond? April 27, 2019

On Easter Sunday, there were multiple terrorist attacks in the country of Sri Lanka. As news about the attacks flooded the mainstream media, the Sri L

Part 2: Elections Around The World April 27, 2019

We’re wrapping up our section about elections happening all around the world in April. If you missed Part One of our world election coverage, you ca