Daily Archives: March 30, 2018

The American Intervention: America’s Role And Actions Within The Syrian Civil Crisis

The American response to the Syrian civil war has resulted in a long standing direct and indirect military intervention beginning in 2011. This transnational issue has emanated through both the presidencies of Barack Obama and Donald Trump. Recently, American policy towards the conflict has become critical to understand through the […]

#MeToo Movement Moves From Hollywood To Humanitarian NGOs

Following this week’s news, further information has arisen in claims to the #MeToo movement in the humanitarian sector, not only involving those being protected by aid but also from colleagues experiencing sexual harassment internally in these organizations. NGOs are trusted and responsible for advancing the humanitarian and non-combative agenda in […]

France’s Anti-Corruption Movement: Sarkozy Ordered To Stand Trial

A scandal is currently rocking the French political landscape in a way that has not been seen before. The former French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, his lawyer, Thierry Herzog, and Mr. Azibert, one of the magistrates of France’s highest court, the Court of Cassation,  have been ordered to stand trial. A […]

Ghanaians Protest Over Expansion Of Defense Cooperation With U.S.

On Wednesday, an estimated 3,500 Ghanaians took to the streets of the capital Accra to protest against Ghana’s expansion of its defense cooperation with the United States—a rare public display of opposition to the growing foreign military presence in West Africa. Demonstrators blowing vuvuzelas and beating drums filled Accra’s business […]