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Saudi Arabia’s Coalition In Yemen: Three Years Of War Crimes And The U.S. And Britain Continue To Supply Arms

This week marks the third anniversary of the Saudi-led coalition’s involvement in the war in Yemen. The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman is also the country’s Defense Minister, acting as the Commander of the coalition operation in Yemen aptly named “Decisive Storm.” Despite the flagrant human rights […]


Turkey Ignores The UN’s Ceasefire Agreement In Afrin  

Despite the United Nation’s (UN) Syria ceasefire resolution on February 25th, Turkey continues to fire indiscriminately in the Afrin district. These actions have resulted in over 150 civilian causalities since the beginning of the offensive on January 21st. However, the Turkish military denies harming civilians or civilian infrastructure. In July […]


The Philippines On China’s Controversial Military Buildup In The South China Sea

The resource-rich South China Sea serves as a source of fishing and mining for Taiwan, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam and China. These countries are entitled to extract resources up to 200 nautical miles from their coast in their Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). With the exception of China, most countries […]