Election fraudulency has always been a huge issue for numerous countries. However, not one country has beat Liberia's 1927 elections when it comes to election fraudulency. In a country of 15,000 voters, how many votes do you think Charles D. B. King got? You can click on the title to learn more.
Pepsi – the Former Naval Superpower and Soda Company
Pepsi was at one point, the world's sixth largest naval superpower, boasting a larger navy than most countries at the time. You can click on the title to learn more!
South Sudan is About the Size of France, And Other Interesting Geographic Comparisons
Geography is weird to say the least. Often, many have inaccurate conceptions conceptions about the size of certain countries, and are surprised to learn of their true size. You can click on the title to learn about some interesting geographic comparisons!
Did Canada’s Worst Battle Since the Korean War Actually Ever Happen?
The Battle of Medak Pocket is a battle whose details are politically contested. Every aspect of the battle (or skirmish as some claim) is debated, from the casualties on a given side down to whether it even happened. You can click on the title to learn more!
The Russian City in Norway
There are many odd border disputes around the world. However, this is not one of them. The Russian Federation owns a town in Norwegian territory. You can click on the title to learn more!
A Border With Four Hundred Million Years of History
The Anglo-Scottish border has more history than what may come to mind. You can click on the title to learn more!
Why Some Swiss Infrastructure is Rigged to Explode
While many countries tend to focus on gaining military strength, Switzerland is obsessed with defense. As if their many, many bomb shelters weren't enough, the country has rigged their bridges and roads to implode whenever necessary to try and stop invaders from advancing into the country. You can click on the title to learn more!
How Argentina Had Five Presidents in Two Weeks
Argentina has a rich history. At one point, there was a span of two weeks in the country where it had five different presidents! You can click the title to learn more!
How One Soviet Engineering Project Destroyed the World’s Fourth-Largest Lake
The Aral Sea, formerly the world's fourth-largest lake, is a remnant of what it once was. What caused all this? One semi-successful Soviet engineering project. You can click the title to learn more!
A New Panama Canal? In Paraguay? – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Recently, Paraguay has had plans to create their own version of the Panama Canal to run through their own Chaco Region. This articles goes through three perspectives regarding the political event. You can click the title to learn more!