Day: July 18, 2018

Eritrea Reopens Embassy In Ethiopia Amid Thaw In Relations

After decades of frozen conflict, Eritrea has reopened its embassy in Ethiopia. The move marks the most recent step towards the normalization of relations between the two countries after each country’s embassy was closed during the border war from 1998-2000 which killed 80,000 people. The conflict had remained a military

Read More »

Chinese Poet Liu Xia Released From House Arrest

Chinese poet Liu Xia was finally released from house arrest and left China after spending almost of 8 years locked in her small apartment in Beijing. Although not charged with a crime, Liu was watched by the government after her husband, Liu Xiaoba, was sentenced to 11-years in prison for

Read More »

U.S. Threatens Other Nations And Attempts To Block Parts Of Breastfeeding Health Resolution To Promote Corporate Interests Over Public Health

A New York Times report recently revealed that at a United Nations-affiliated World Health Assembly, convened in May to pass a resolution encouraging mothers to breastfeed and limiting baby formula misinformation and inaccuracies, was blocked by the U.S. and almost did not pass. This followed after they threatened Ecuador (who

Read More »
The Organization for World Peace