Cherie Gan


About Cherie Gan

Gan Cherie is currently a third year law student at the University of Tasmania. Through the OWP, she aims to assist advocates in finding peaceful alternatives to combative situations of today.

Case Study Into Rohingya Crisis; Effectiveness Of The UN

The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization currently consisting of 193 Member States. The international organization which was founded in 1945 has a primary task to promote international cooperation and promote world peace by resolving conflicts. However, over the years the UN has been receiving scrutiny about their effectiveness, and […]


Opposition’s Win At Malaysia’s 14th General Election; In Light And Hope For A Democratic Change

On May 10, 2018, faithful Malaysians rejoiced at the announcement of the opposition alliance’s win at Malaysia’s 14th general election. With an over-sweeping vote of 119 seats in the 222-member parliament, the opposition, Pakatan Harapan (Coalition of Hope) brought change to a 61-year long reign of the Barisan Nasional (National […]


Are North Korea’s Nuclear Tests Promises That Promising?

Kim Jong Un announced North Korea’s halt in their nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) launch, starting from the 21st of April onwards. Consecutively, Mr. Kim announced the shutting down of a test site of theirs. While the announcements were long-awaited good news by the international community in their […]