Daily Archives: December 10, 2019

Cultural Genocide And Indigenous Rights

First off, Bloxham and Moses, Genocide Studies discuss Raphael Lemkin’s understanding of genocide. For instance, when writing about genocide, “…Lemkin actually wrote ‘of annihilating the groups themselves’.” (p.21). The problem with this statement is that it is very ambiguous and can hold many different meanings. And Lemkin is not the […]

NATO’s Shifting Doctrine

On the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), the world is being forced to look upon both the past successes and future difficulties that both the organisation and its member states will have to face in the next 70 years. The rise of great power competition, and […]

Indigenous Rights In Bolivia: The Aftermath Of Evo Morales’ Forced Resignation

On 10 November, Evo Morales stepped down as president of Bolivia amid overwhelming evidence of election tampering and subsequent protests across the nation. Morales was elected in 2005 as Bolivia’s first indigenous president, a significant fact considering more than 40 percent of the population is indigenous. According to The Guardian, […]