Daily Archives: February 5, 2019

Investigations Into The Decline Of Rule Of Law And Democracy In Hungary Need To Be Prioritized In EU Agenda

Members of the European Union (EU) Parliament are calling on the Romanian President of the EU to prioritize action towards the rapid decline of the rule of law and democracy in Hungary. A debate was held on January 30th, in which European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmerman called on EU countries […]

Trump Says ‘A Lot Of Progress’ Made With North Korea

According to the U.S. President Donald Trump, his consultation with Kim Yong-chol on Friday, January 18th was an “incredible meeting.” Kim Yong-chol is one of North Korea’s top negotiators and Trump intends to make progress with the country to ensure their de-nuclearisation. However, there is no certainty of this occurring […]

Former Ivorian President Release By The International Criminal Court

Merely a year after the Ivorian presidential election in 2010, President Koudou Laurent Gbagbo was arraigned in court by the Ivorian judicial institution and the International Criminal court. In April 2011 Laurent Gbagbo was arrested after a short post-period of civil conflict in which about 3,000 people were killed. Laurent Gbagbo […]