Daily Archives: May 9, 2020

British Climate Change Experts Argue Coronavirus Stimulus Should Include New Environmental Policies

Latest Development Environmental experts in the United Kingdom are urging officials to use the pandemic recovery period to establish new policies aimed at combating climate change. Britain is already a pioneer in the area, aiming for net zero emissions by 2050. While developed nations are the top producers of greenhouse […]

Indirect Invasion? U.S Denies Venezuelan Coup Involvement

The Issue At Hand While the global community continues to face the unprecedented ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world of international espionage and military incursions continues to functional as normal. Today, President Donald Trump denied official U.S involvement in the failed coup plot against his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolas Maduro. […]

Excessive Enforcement Of COVID-19 Lockdowns: The UN Warns Against Police Brutality

Police worldwide have been using excessive and sometimes deadly force to enforce coronavirus-related curfews and lockdowns. The UN Human Rights Office has observed a range of human rights violations including arbitrary detention, harassment, abuse, beatings, and deaths in over 20 countries. In Nigeria, security forces have killed 18 people in […]

The Pandemic And The Past: Women’s Rights In The Balkans

Throughout this recent period of Coronavirus lockdown, the malign correlation between internal confinement and domestic violence has emerged ubiquitously throughout international society. Despite being an issue which affects both genders, women are significantly more likely to be the targets of such abuse. For many European countries, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated […]

An Open Letter Is Urging Brazilian Leaders To Save Indigenous Populations From COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, national leaders offer conflicting approaches to tame its path of destruction. Citizens around the world are urging Brazilian leaders “to adopt immediate measures to protect the country’s indigenous populations against the devastating virus.” Brazilian artists Sebastião Salgado and Lélia Wanick Salgado created […]