Daily Archives: October 6, 2018


From Tariffs To Trade: Japan Agrees To Enter Bilateral Trade Talks With The U.S.

This Wednesday at the United Nations General Assembly, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to engage in bilateral trade talks with the United States. To many, this represents a significant step forward for U.S-Japan trade. While no deals were settled, Wednesday’s conversations mark a stark shift in Abe’s historically hard […]


Joint Declaration Between Koreas Revives Denuclearization And Peace Talks

During the three-day bilateral summit in Pyongyang, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in issued a joint statement at a media conference (18th Sept) on the September Pyongyang Joint Declaration, an agreement to improve inter-Korean relations. As reported byVox News, the agreement addresses three areas – […]


Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Vows To Avenge Ahvaz Attack

The leader of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has vowed “revenge” on the U.S. over the recent Ahvaz terror attack. According to Al-Jazeera, the attack took place during the annual military parade held in Ahvaz. It killed 29 people and injured 70 more, with both military personnel and civilians among the casualties. […]


Violence Continues Between The Muslim Herdsmen And The Christian Farmers In Nigeria

Since January, there has been an increasing number of violent attacks taking place in Nigeria’s Plateau state. Al Jazeera claims these attacks are all associated with tensions between the Christian farmers and Muslim Nomadic herdsmen. The groups are disputing over land rights in the area, which has created ethnic and […]