Day: March 5, 2016

Meeting the New Challenges: Sri Lanka’s Development in 2016

Last week, Sri Lankan foreign minister, Mangala Samaraweera, reaffirmed the importance of post-conflict peace building and development. Samaraweera recently completed a visit to the United Nations to discuss ways to improve the relationship between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Sri Lankan government in order to meet challenges

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Protesters in Delhi Cause Severe Water Crisis

Violent protests from the Jat community in Haryana have left 10 million of Delhi’s citizens without access to running water. Due to the water crisis legislators have decided to meet protesters demands. In 1991, the Indian government granted lower castes with job and educational opportunities to compensate for India’s history

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Closing German Borders; Undermining the EU?

The immigration crisis facing Europe may be set to become more complex as plans leaked to a German newspaper indicate that the German state is preparing to reinstate border control, bringing a halt to the ‘open-door’ policy that saw almost 1.5 million refugees arrive in 2015. German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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