Assassination of journalists are no recent phenomena. Sacrificed for promoting what is perceived as “the truth” by the general public, the professional life of a…View More It did not happen if it’s not high-profile: A general overview of the phenomenon regarding assassination of journalists.
Since the 1990’s, Yemen has struggled to preserve the façade of a unified country. The intense tribal identities within the northern region, as well as…View More The Conflict in Yemen: Prospects for Peace
Sea currents know no borders. For centuries they have carried thoughts and language, flotsam and jetsam, and small boats with their human cargos from Jeju…View More The Border Lives: South Korea, 6 Dead Girls, and 500 Refugees
UN peacekeepers have become a near unquestioned part of international politics, their distinctive blue helmets known all over the world. They are one of the…View More The Effect of Sexual Abuse by Peacekeepers on the UN’s Peace and Security Mandate
Over four years after the story of the Flint Water Crisis first made headlines around the world, the residents of Flint, Michigan, still do not…View More After over 1600 days, Flint, Michigan still does not have clean water
Prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered on October 2nd in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. According to Turkish intelligence, Khashoggi was tortured and then…View More Up for sale – U.S. foreign policy is now value free
In 2012, Dr. Denis Mukwege delivered a poignant speech in front of the United Nations, criticising the administration of the Democratic Republic of the Congo,…View More Helper and Witness: The 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Winners
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?
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
In July of 2018, the death of Deeqa Dahir Nuur after undergoing female genital mutilation launched a landmark investigation that many hoped would bring an…View More Somalia faces criticism over FGM policies after two girls die from the procedure
If you are not a Catholic, then it is easy to underestimate the political power the Pope still wields. He is the spiritual leader of…View More The Myth of the Liberal Pope
Author’s Note: In this article, I will refer to Kosovo as a state, although with recognition that this is a contested term. Kosovo, the…View More Kosovo’s Rocky Road to Reconstruction – and the International Community’s Responsibility