Daily Archives: September 12, 2018


Saudi-UAE Coalition Admits Air Strike On School Bus Unjustified

On the morning of August 9, the Saudi-UAE military alliance led an air strike targeting Houthi rebels in the north-western city of Yemen, Sa’dah. The air strike hit a school bus killing at least 26 children and wounding 19, all under the age of 15 years according to the local […]


Controversy Surrounding Internment Of Bangladeshis Photojournalist

Since Bangladeshi photojournalist, Shahidul Alam, was detained by authorities in early-August there has been a groundswell of public support pushing for his release. He has been known to be an outspoken critic of many aspects of the government of Bangladesh. Despite this tendency to speak out about what he sees […]


China’s Growing Navy Poses A Threat To The U.S.

China’s navy has received renewed attention as its growth begins to challenge U.S. military hegemony within the Pacific Ocean. The uncertainty surrounding how this will affect future relations between China and the U.S. remains unknown and worrisome. As an established economic superpower, China is now moving to become one of […]