Mengru Lin


The Rohingya: Vague Identity, Constant Mobility, And Miserable Destiny

In early September, a group of Rohingya Muslims crossed the Bangladesh border and proceeded with their new life challenges. Over the decades, they have been raped, tortured, and displaced from Myanmar in appalling conditions. The fierce conflict between Rohingya militants and security forces in Myanmar has resulted in devastating consequences: […]


The Peace Process In Colombia

The Colombian government, political groups and civilians are seeking peace after decades of conflict. Since taking office in 2010, President Juan Manuel Santos has fought hard to advance this goal. Along with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the largest Colombian rebel group, both parties are finally pursuing peace […]


Migrant Crisis In Europe: Crossing The Mediterranean Sea

There are thousands of people trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Italy illegally every year. Among them, the majority are Nigerians who flee their home country to Europe, mainly through Libya. Similarly, people from Bangladesh, Guinea, Gambia, Senegal, and Morocco also join the troop of risky crossing, Bloomberg reports. […]