Daily Archives: June 1, 2020

How The Tragic Death Of George Floyd Has Ignited Protests Worldwide And Called For An Imperative Revival Of The Black Lives Matter Movement

The tragic death of George Floyd has struck the world, igniting protests worldwide and calling for an imperative revival of the Black Lives Matter movement. On May 29, Minneapolis released a 911 transcript of the call, in which a grocery clerk had called police describing a man paying with a […]

China And India Moving Heavy Weaponry Into Disputed Ladakh As Sovereignty Dispute Escalates

The Sino-Indian border dispute threatens to dramatically escalate, as recent skirmishes have provoked a significant military response from both nations. Earlier this month, several soldiers were injured as Indian soldiers attempted to break down newly constructed PLA outposts in the Tsomo Nganglha Ringpo valley. Due to the international sensitivity of […]

Sudan Summons Ethiopian Ambassador As Cross Border Attack Raises Tensions During Negotiations Over Water Rights To The Nile River

Sudan has summoned the Ethiopian ambassador after a cross border attack occurred in the Eastern province of al-Qadarif on Thursday, reports the Associated Press. Sudan claims the attack was carried out by a militia which receives support from the Ethiopian government. Two people were killed and 10 wounded  in the […]

United States Ends Iranian Sanctions Waivers; Met With International Criticism, Domestic Support

On the 30th of May, a joint statement was released by France, Britain, and Germany which condemned the United States’ decision to end three of four Iranian sanctions waivers. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed that ongoing nuclear proliferation efforts by Iran provided justification for the American decision. The […]