Daily Archives: September 18, 2018

South Sudanese Military Court Delivers Guilty Verdict Against Soldiers Convicted Of The Brutal Rape And Murder

In early September, the South Sudanese Military Court held ten soldiers guilty for the crime of brutal ‘rape against foreign aid workers and the murder of a South Sudanese journalist during 2016.’ Indeed, news sources have defined the crime ‘as the worst attack against foreigners.’ The court ordered that a […]

The Rise Of Anti-Immigrant Sentiments In Scandinavia

Although the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden have been the forefront of pro-immigrant policies in the last decade, anti-immigrant attitudes have begun to rise in recent political discourse. Considered as states with democratic political postures, the reversion to more conservative attitudes and policies have redacted their progressive liberal […]

Uighurs: Strangers In Their Own Homes

‘Internment camps’: are they the best way to fight religious extremism, at the risk of limiting personal freedoms afforded under human rights law? According to the Uighur American Association, there are approximately 15 million Uighurs living in Xinjiang, China. In China, the majority population in China are the Han Chinese, […]