Day: June 30, 2020

UNESCO World Heritage Site Under Fire in Yemen

Earlier this month, The Southern Transitional Council (STC) captured the remote Island of Socotra, 350 miles east of Somalia. The ancient island is the largest of four islands in the archipelago corridor of Yemen, famed for  unparalleled biodiversity and mystical landscape. Socotra is referenced in several historical texts – including

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Hong Kong – So Much For One Country, Two Systems…

The National People’s Congress of China has undermined the autonomy of Hong Kong yet again with its decision to enact controversial security legislation. The law in question will see “separatism” and “foreign interference” outlawed along with “dissent.” Vague terminology like this deliberately confuses critics of China in Hong Kong and

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Tension Between Fallacy And Truth: The Case Of MP Rebecca Long-Bailey’s Departure From The Labour Party In British Politics

On June 25th, the U.K. Shadow Education Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, was requested to step down from her position by the leader of the Labour Party, Keir Starmer. Long-Bailey had retweeted an interview with British actress Maxine Peak on Twitter that included a statement claiming that tactics used by U.S. police forces

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