Day: April 14, 2020

Life After India’s Lockdown

On March 25th, 2020, the Indian government declared a 21-day lockdown to control the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Rather than slowing and stopping transmissions, the strict strategy goes contrary to its wishes. Most citizens complain the lockdown policy is too sudden to prepare, triggering large-scale hunger and unemployment.  Homeless people

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Where Are We With The Peace Deal In South Sudan?

In the last week, fault lines have reappeared within the political negotiations in Juba as the completion of South Sudan’s peace deal stalls. One major hurdle is the allocation of state governments across the coalition parties. As a consequence, the “Transitional Government of National Unity” (TGONU) is still not yet

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Hungary Becomes A Dictatorship Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, with every country preoccupied with protecting its citizens and maintaining order, Hungary has silently become a dictatorship. This calculated move by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán came at a time where little can be done to stop him. At the end of March, the National

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