China


‘I Am Gay’: Protesters Respond As China’s Weibo Bans Homosexual Content

On Saturday, Sina Weibo, one of China’s most popular social media platforms, banned homosexual content in response to President Xi Jinping’s extension of internet censorship. The ban comes as part of a 3-month long “clean-up campaign,” in which Weibo will remove content deemed “illegal” under new restrictions imposed by the […]


ASEAN Sydney Summit: A Chance For Unprecedented Regional Cooperation

On March 17 and 18, Australia hosted its first ever summit for ASEAN, marking a potential turning point between the country’s relationship with its Southeast Asian neighbors. The Special Summit, hosted in Sydney, represents a major change in the region’s geopolitical dynamics for multiple reasons. The summit appears to have […]


Global Patriarchy: Women Of The World

Patriarchy is pervasive across the entirety of the global political economy, and women all over the world feel its effects in both their public and private lives. This male dominance dictates women’s career paths, personal image, safety, security, and countless other aspects of their lives. On the whole, women occupy […]


Friends And Foes Vie For Kushner Kompromat: White House Policy Up For Sale

It is no secret that Donald Trump always surrounds himself with people that have shady and secretive pasts and continued to do so throughout his presidential campaign and even during his transition into the White House. Many of these people, including Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, have been charged with […]


Beijing’s Aggressive Anti-Migrant Campaign

This winter, forcible evictions in China’s capital have intensified. After an apartment fire killed 19 people in November, the government launched an aggressive campaign to destroy unauthorized and unsafe structures. Entire neighbourhoods in Beijing have since been demolished, forcing eviction upon tens of thousands of residents. The campaign is so […]