News in a nutshell:
- Iran Boosting enrichment efforts
- Gas prices rise 12c in the past week (US)
- Contraceptive mandate sparks lawsuit from 7 states (US)
- New Yemen president to swear in on Saturday
The World today is seeing a tense exchange of words between three important landmasses. Iran has stepped up it's efforts on continuing it's nuclear production. Sanctions by the United States and Europe (most of it at-least) have somewhat harmed Iran's economy but not to the extent of expectation. Undoubtedly, gas prices have risen almost 12c in the US (and increasing).
What we see here is a great example of how fragile an economy and maintaining relations is. It's all a game, a very serious game, that requires finesse, patience and conviction.
^ Hey, who's this guy?
The problem is, many of us have no idea whats going on in the upper echelons of the government, how it works and why it decided on something. Politics Dissected will, therefore, bring the news to you in a small, concise manner that will make sense from the very beginning.
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