Daily Archives: November 26, 2018


Workers Without Borders: The U.S.-Mexico Wall Makes No ‘Cents’

When it comes to borders, the free movement of labor forces is always a subject for debate. In the U.S. its center stage and there is little bipartisanship on how to ebb illegal border crossings. A physical wall between the America and Mexico is quoted by the current administration in […]


Europe‚Äôs ‘Outdated And Harmful’ Rape Laws

Sunday, November 25 marked the annual International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, which saw people protest across the world against sexual violence, female genital mutilation (FGM) and transphobia, amongst other important and prevalent issues. On the eve of the day, a report by Amnesty International was released, […]


UN Atomic Watchdog Reports That Iran Continues To Abide By 2015 Nuclear Deal Despite U.S. Sanctions

On November 22nd, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported that Iran continues to follow the nuclear deal they signed with the United States, China, Russia, United Kingdom, France, Germany and the European Union in 2015. The deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), required Iran to […]


The Status Of Freedom Of The Press In 2018

Filipino news site, Rappler, continues to practice its freedom of speech despite being targeted by president Rodrigo Duterte the past year, with threats of its founders and journalists being arrested. The controversial organization is known for its critiques of the state of Filipino democracy and the tragic, ineffective war on […]