Day: May 4, 2020

Politicians Need To Plan For The Future

The current COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the ability of governments to act with speed and efficiency in times of crisis. Whilst no global response has been ideal, and many are not as comprehensive as desired, international governments have still managed to pass and enforce new laws to limit the immediate

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The Coming COVID Civil War

Setting the Stage Many political commentators have taken to calling the anti-quarantine protests the start of a new civil war in the United States. So, does the analogy hold water? Yes, it does. The United States is at risk of a new civil conflict fought with germs instead of guns.

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Sudan Outlaws Female Genital Mutilation

Sudan outlawed the widespread practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), marking a historic victory for women’s rights in the African country. The WHO defines female genital mutilation “as procedures that intentionally alter or cause injuries to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.” Female genital mutilation is prolific in Sudan,

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The Future Of Coronavirus: A History Of The ‘Second Wave’

With countries around the world developing an ‘exit strategy’ from lockdown, experts worry about the potential of resurgence. Denmark has sent its children back to school. A number of U.S. states have put in place a ‘partial re-opening.’ South Africa, which had imposed one of the strictest lockdowns worldwide, has

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