This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Alexander Jelloian, Travis Nix, Benjamian Ayanian and Theo Burman.
The Chinese Communist Party has focused a lot of attention on building influence in Africa. Alexander Jelloian explains why the U.S. needs to blunt China’s messaging in Africa.
The current bolstering of the Internal Revenue Service by 87,000 new agents is a justifiable cause for concern for American taxpayers. Travis Nix says the Supreme Court can restrain the IRS, if necessary.
The Republican/Democrat duopoly appears to be causing more problems that it’s solving. Benjamin Ayanian suggests that it’s time to take third parties seriously.
The election of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has sent shockwaves throughout the global political establishment. Theo Burman says Meloni’s victory demonstrates that Euroscepticism is here to stay.
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