Following a visit to Zimbabwe from November 18 – 28, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Hilal Elver, released a report of her findings on the ongoing food insecurity crisis in Zimbabwe. Although Zimbabwe’s Constitution guarantees the right to adequate food, Zimbabwe’s current crisis is the result […]
We’ve prepared an in-depth analysis of the issues associated with the Nile River and we propose a series of recommendations to bring about a lasting solution.
The BBC has this week come under fire for breaking its impartiality guidelines as political commentators and social media users alike have alluded to pro-government bias in their content. According to the BBC’s editorial guidelines, they are committed to achieving ‘due impartiality’ yet, this week, they are accused not only […]
This past week the National Party of New Zealand released a discussion document of their proposed law and order policies. These have subsequently been discussed in the media with strategies to “crack down on gangs” receiving the most widespread coverage. The opposition party, which controlled the previous three government coalitions, […]
On Saturday, the foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea agreed to hold formal peace talks between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Moon Jae-in. Japan Times reported that the talks are set to take place in China during the Japan-China-South Korea trilateral meeting scheduled for next month. The summit […]