Daily Archives: February 28, 2017


Establishing Digital Peace: Combatting Cyberwarfare

Cyberwarfare is one of the major issues threatening world peace. Whilst we often think about warfare in terms of on the ground fighting capabilities, cyberwarfare also has real-world consequences and can directly affect civilians in their day-to-day lives. Cyberwarfare is defined by RAND (a technology research organization) as involving “the […]


Terrorism Suspect Abu Khaybar To Test President Trump’s Guantanamo Pledge

With Al-Qaeda suspect Abu Khaybar currently being held in Yemen, President Trump’s pledge to send terrorism suspects to the Guantanamo Bay detention camp will soon be tested, and the immorality of the prison will stir up more controversy than ever. Over the course of Barack Obama’s presidency, the United States […]


Amnesty International Releases Report On Human Rights Abuses In The Caribbean

Amnesty International heavily criticised Caribbean countries for human rights abuses, especially Jamaica, the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas in their Annual Report on the state of the World’s human rights that was released last week. In fact, countries all across the Americas were condemned for their treatment of undocumented migrants […]


Al-Qaeda And Yemen: Suicide Bomber Claims Eight Soldiers In Zinjibar

Yemen has been plagued by turmoil within the government and external turmoil from extremists on the outskirts of the cities. On the 24th of February, 2017, according to local officials and residents, a suicide bomber infiltrated the ranks of a military camp in the southern city of Zinjibar, Yemen leaving […]