This piece is one of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into the…
This piece is one of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into the…View More Do we know enough about China’s repression over Uyghur?
Here’s a thought; There is almost an undoubtedle chancethat something you have used today is madefrom the hands of modern-day slaves. Commonly used materials such…View More Who Picked Your Cotton?
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Iraq has seen the appointment of both a new President and Prime Minister-designate over the last few days amid hopes that new leadership will bring…View More A promising new start for governance in Iraq?
Over 2,000 years ago, a trail was blazed connecting the rich culture of the East with that of the West, and for another 1,500 years…View More Five Years On: The Belt Road Initiative and its Neocolonialist Tendencies
The days of slavery are still far from over. Action groups fighting human trafficking often use the term modern-day slavery to when describing the grave…View More The Unbreakable Cycle: Nigerian women forced into prostitution
With the end of the Cold War and the fading threat of global nuclear destruction, both scientific and popular discourse have focused on the threats…View More Preparing For the Unknown — International cooperation and local capacity building are needed to prepare for ‘the next pandemic’
Featured image courtesy of: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Search&limit=20&offset=40&profile=default&search=jim+mattis+#/media/File:Jim_Mattis_in_Washington_-_2018_(41414065314).jpg In a speech made at the Virginia Military Institute, US Secretary of Defence General James Mattis, stated that ‘the jury…View More Women in Combat: Is the Jury Really Still Out?
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Sophie Black looks into the current deadlock in Sweden’s Parliament.View More Deadlock in Swedish Parliament
Leo Jangjava looks into Eastern European states and their attempts to abide by the Copenhagen Criteria.View More How well do Eastern European states uphold the normative values of the Copenhagen Criteria?
These days, it is a rare sight when an entire nation is glued to the television screen captured by what is considered historic and momentous.…View More A Divided Nation: The Fall-out of the Brett Kavanaugh Appointment to the US Supreme Court