Daily Archives: March 30, 2017


Saudi Arabia Is Planning To Deport Irregular Immigrants After 90 Days Of Amnesty Period

Saudi Arabia’s restrictive naturalization and immigration policy invites other forms of short-term migration into the country. The state is a major destination point for irregular migrants, particularly from Asia and Africa. Mass labour migration to Saudi Arabia began in the 1970s when the oil boom required workers to sustain the […]


Tragedies Of The Mediterranean Sea

In the past few years, thousands of people from Libya have attempted to cross the treacherous Mediterranean Sea to escape poverty, war, and persecution in their homelands. Flavio Di Giacomo, International Organization for Migration (IOM) spokesman quoted, “most migrants leaving Libya came from Guinea, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, and Bangladesh.” These […]


An African Approach To The War On Islamist Militancy

Boko Haram continues its terror campaign in Nigeria, Borno State, with four suicide bombers in Maiduguri on March 15th. The bombers killed themselves and two others, with 16 injured in total. The same day, armed Boko Haram insurgents attack the Magumeri community in the Magumeri Local Government Area, killing an undisclosed number of […]


Trudeau Says UN Peacekeeping Mission Still Possible In 2017

When he first took office in 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau claimed “Canada is back” in playing an important and prevalent role in UN peacekeeping. In August 2016, the Liberal government committed close to 600 soldiers, 150 police officers, and $450 million in development funding for a three-year peacekeeping […]