2020, a Crossroad in International Relations

By Tiffany Chen Sino-American trade war, Brexit, Turkey’s trend of secularization, U.S. tension with Iran and the polarization of American politics further escalated by Trump’s victory four years ago and his foreign policy adjustment all points to one issue: the economic slack is leading to the rise of conservatism worldwide. Liberalism’s voice weakens while realism […]

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Five perspectives of psychology and the Biblical worldview

By Phoebe Lim The views expressed reflect the opinions of the contributor and are not necessarily those of THG. Psychology, the young science, a largely controversial topic within the Christian community. Should we even bother discussing the science of human thinking and behaviour when we recognise every wrong and vile part of ourselves comes from […]

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There are No Clashes of Civilizations between China and the US

By Tiffany Chen The views expressed reflect the opinions of the contributor and are not necessarily those of THG. Recently, Kiron Skinner, the director of policy planning at the State Department, categorized the dispute between China and the U.S. as a “clash of civilizations,” reviving the famous argument by Samuel. P. Huntington and hinting at […]

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