Working on the latest article discussing China’s bystander position in the refugee crisis in Europe, I began to be curious about whether China has ever…View More Refugees in China: Who are they and how do they live? (A Continuation of the article on China’s bystander position in the refugee crises)
In the United Kingdom, an increasingly common response to crimes or immoral behaviour committed by individuals knighted by the Queen is to call for their…View More Why Aung San Suu Kyi Should Lose Her Nobel Prize
On 20 June 2017, a piece of micro-blog (similar to twitter) written by The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) caused a breakout of…View More Seeing Refugees in China: A realist bystander
‘An abuse of power:’ this is what Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán called the introduction of European Union refugee quotas on 24 February, upon announcing…View More Hungary’s Referendum About Refugee Quotas: A Legitimate Demand or a Case of Skillful Manipulation?
Since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War four years ago, over 400,000 Syrians have risked their lives traveling to Europe with the hope of…View More The Question of International Law During Europe’s Refugee Crisis