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The U.S.’s involvement with Saudi Arabia fighting against Houthi rebels
In The News this week, The United States announced that it would be providing military assistance to Saudi Arabia in their fight against the Houthi rebels. The move is seen as an attempt by the U.S. to assert itself back into a region where Russia and Iran have been taking control over for quite some time now. The decision has received mixed reviews from politicians on both sides of the aisle, but one thing seems certain: it will be interesting to see how much our involvement plays out in future developments in the Middle East.
The U.S.’s and The European Union’s support for the Paris Climate Agreement
This week we also saw The United States and The European Union announce their support for the Paris Climate Agreement. The agreement aims to fight climate change by having countries agree to limit greenhouse gas emissions, including carbon dioxide (CO) emissions from fossil fuels like coal or natural gas. We hope that this commitment will help push other countries into signing the accord in hopes of saving our planet before it’s too late!
President Trump’s decision to deploy troops to Kuwait
In this blog post we’ll take a look at what has been happening in recent days with some stories from around The World Wide Web! First up is an announcement by Secretary of Defense James Mattis this week that President Trump had ordered several thousand troops to be deployed to Kuwait to “prepare for any operations” relating to Iran. With tensions between The United States and Iran on the rise, this move is likely a result of Trump’s frustration with The Iranian government. The recent sanctions imposed by The U.S., partly due to what was seen as an attempted assassination of its diplomat in Iraq, have been met with criticism from some politicians who believe that these sanctions are illegal under international law
The U.S.’s economic sanctions violate international law
Next up we’ll take a look at one more development out of Europe! Yesterday it was announced that France would be taking steps towards legalizing cannabis. The drug is set to be legalized for adults in the country beginning next year, and will come with a tax of 20%. The legalization has been met with mixed reactions from politicians, but it’s hoped that this move towards legalizing cannabis could lead other countries around The World into doing the same. The move is seen as a step in the right direction by many advocates for drug reform who are tired of seeing so many lives ruined because people were punished for using what should be considered a victimless substance.
The U.S.’s economic sanctions against Iran!
Lastly, we’ll take a look at The U.S.’s economic sanctions against Iran! The sanctions have been met with criticism from some politicians who believe that these sanctions violate international law when it comes to punishing one country on behalf of another. The argument states that there was no attack or threat made against The United States and therefore they shouldn’t be taking unilateral action without getting approval from the UN Security Council first.