Migrants Facing Oppressive, Systematic And Violent Resistance On The Croatian Boarder

Overwhelming evidence of Croatian police exercising unnecessary and unprovoked violence towards migrants has made this ongoing issue hard to ignore. Therefore, why are the UN and EU continuing to praise and fund this inhumane method of patrolling the longest land border in the European Union? The answer to this question […]


Slovakia’s Latest Regressive Abortion Bill Rejected: How Can Regressive Measures Against Women’s Reproductive Rights Be Countered?

On 5th December, the proposed regressive abortion law in Slovakia was rejected following a Parliamentary vote. The draft legislation required women seeking abortion care to undergo a mandatory ultrasound scanning, to view and obtain the embryo or foetus’ ultrasound image, and where technically possible, to listen to its heartbeat. Furthermore, […]


What We Currently Know About Iran Moving Missiles Secretly Into Iraq

U.S. intelligent services have recently reported that they have been tracking the movement of Iranian missiles being moved into Iraqi locations over the last year. They are  believed to be taking advantage of the protests and political unrest in Iraq to do so. In Iraq people are currently protesting against […]


Talks Between North Korea And United States Strike Yet Another Obstacle

Talks between North Korea and the United States encountered yet another obstacle this week, with political representatives of the rogue state continuing to levy accusations of hostility towards the U.S.A. On Saturday, 7th December, a statement was released by North Korea’s envoy to the United Nations, Kim Song, which alleged […]


Is The Future Of Humanitarian Aid Technological? 1

Last week, Wings for Aid, a charity co-funded by the Dutch Government, managed to successfully test using drones to provide humanitarian aid. 18 specially designed boxes were dropped from a height of 200m, including two boxes of raw eggs, and all remained intact. The implications of this are immense as […]


Asking The Big Question: Are Our Countries Really Doing Enough To Stop/Slow Down Climate Change?

For years, climate change was an issue that the majority of politicians around the world did not even acknowledge. It was put on the back burner because of other issues and crises that needed immediate attention. Now, it is a headlining article around the globe as world leaders now scramble […]


Lessons Learned From The Case Study Of Bolivia

The spiral of political instability in Bolivia is deepening down at a rapid rate. On 20 October, incumbent Evo Morales won 47.07% of the vote, securing himself another term as the President of Bolivia. However, doubts cast from the audit by the Organisation of American States mission of Electoral Observers saw […]


London Bridge Attack Sparks Debate Over Rehabilitation Policy

In the aftermath of a tragedy, British politicians have resorted to finger-pointing, with two innocent lives lost at the hands of a supposedly rehabilitated terrorist. Boris Johnson and Labour chose to play the blame game, and despite the victims family’s wishes, have politicized a tragedy. Each points their finger at […]


Seven Sentenced In The Murder Of Honduran Environmental Activist

Seven men were sentenced to between 30 to 50 years for the murder of Honduran indigenous environmentalist Berta Cáceres. In November 2018, a Honduran court ruled that her murder was ordered by executives of DESA, the company constructing the Agua Zarca dam. They found that this action was motivated by […]


Congolese Protest Against The UN Peacekeeping Mission MONUSCO

The people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (D.R.C.) are frustrated. Especially in the eastern providence of North Kivu, where problems are particularly high. The Congolese have endured decades of conflict and disease. According to Al Jazeera, the situation in the country is only getting worse as days go […]