Daily Archives: February 12, 2020


Libya Peace Talks Find No Resolution As Foreign Interference Continues

The first round of peace talks between representatives of Libya’s internationally-recognized government, and the military commander Khalifa Haftar, came to an unsuccessful conclusion on the 9th of February. The talks, facilitated by the United Nations and held in the Swiss city of Geneva, had been organized as part of an […]

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Coronavirus Outbreak Reawakens Anti-Chinese Racism: I’m Not A Virus

Coronavirus Outbreak Reawakens Anti-Chinese Racism: I’m Not A Virus

In Vietnamese and Korean restaurants, there could be signs with “no Chinese in”. In public transportations, passengers choose to stand rather than sitting next to the Chinese. In the newspaper, editors described the deadly coronavirus as a “yellow alert”. They are not things happening during SARS or Ebola but taking […]


If The U.K. Left The EU, What Would It Take The Country To Reach Net-Zero Emissions?

On 31 January, the U.K. officially left the European Union, making it the first country in the history of the organization to leave. However, both the EU and the U.K. would continue the talks to settle a trade deal and the future relationship of both. Therefore, Britain would still work […]

If The U.K. Left The EU, What Would It Take The Country To Reach Net-Zero Emissions?

UN-Sponsored Peace Talks In Libya To Encourage Ceasefire

UN-Sponsored Peace Talks In Libya To Encourage Ceasefire

The UN has begun to sponsor peace talks with high-ranking military officials on both sides of the Libyan civil war in hopes of facilitating a sustainable ceasefire and an end to extreme violence in the country, The Guardian has reported a statement from UN special envoy for Libya, Ghassan Salame. […]