Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has strongly condemned the possibility of military action against North Korea, stating he believes it will not resolve the issue. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Yi claimed he expected the outcome of the current tension to result in peace talks. Recent tensions between North Korea […]
In the dispute over the South China Sea, Australia walks a dangerous line. Caught between the powers of the United States and China, it must make its moves carefully, or risk powerful consequences.
Russian independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta has reported the extrajudicial persecution and murder of gay or perceived gay men in Chechnya, a republic of Russia. Human Rights Watch reported to the Telegraph that they have received credible reports that gay men were being detained and tortured in an unofficial detention centre. […]
It seems that we sooner witnessed the free world run by a separatist, high-handed, entitled orangutan than the incumbent South Sudanese Government taking accountability for its part in the country’s security crisis. Salil Shetty, Amnesty International’s Secretary General, recently penned a letter to President Salva Kiir Mayardit on 28th March 2017, […]
On 7th April 2017 in New York, following lengthy negotiations, the UN’s Commission on Population and Development ended late without any official decisions. The 50th Session of the Commission on Population and Development came to a surprise conclusion when it was unable to adopt a resolution on its theme of “changing population age […]
As food and medicine shortages continue, thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the streets to protest against Venezuela’s government. As the movement continues to gain great traction, it is becoming increasingly deadly. On Thursday, a fifth protester was killed in eastern Caracas. Among the five killed includes a 13-year-old boy, […]