Zoé Duby


About Zoé Duby

Enrolled in a dual degree between Sciences Po Lille (France) and the University of Kent (UK), Zoé studies social sciences with an emphasis on international relations. She has an acute interest in security studies, and is currently completing an internship in diplomacy in Australia.

Disappearance Of Uyghur Family Seeking Visas For Belgium In China Renews Concerns About Security Of Uyghurs In Xinjiang

Abdulhamid Tursun, an Uyghur who sought refuge in Belgium two years ago, has not heard from his wife and children since May 31. Horiyat Abula and her progeniture travelled to Beijing to complete reunification visas at the embassy of Belgium, where she learned on May 29 the approval of the […]


Crackdown On Journalists Raises Concerns Over Protection Of Whistle-Blowers And Press Freedom in Australia 1

On June 4 and 5, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) conducted raids on the media, in order to find the identity of whistle-blowers who had provided journalists with confidential information. The first raid targeted News Corp Australia journalist Annika Smethurst’s home in Canberra, for a story published in April 2018. […]


China Issues Warning To Citizens Travelling To The U.S. And Takes the Trade War With The U.S. To A New Level

The official news agency Xinhua unveiled a warning heralded by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism on June 4th. The latter is urging Chinese citizens to carefully assess the risks before travelling to the United States, stating the country presents security threats entwined with a growing harassment of Chinese […]