Daily Archives: September 1, 2020


A New Hope Sprinkled With Cautious Optimism: Sudan And SRF Forces Sign Landmark Darfur Peace Deal

In a potentially historic move, Sudan’s government has agreed to a peace deal with the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), a coalition of rebel forces in Darfur. The deal was signed on Monday, August 31st at a ceremony held in the South Sudanese capital of Juda, which has hosted other negotiations […]


Belarus Expels Journalists And Withdraws Accreditation In Crackdown

Foreign journalists in Belarus were deported, and many Belarusian reporters lost their accreditations for covering the massive anti-government protests that have been going on in Belarus after the controversial presidential election earlier in August. The protests have gathered crowds of tens of thousands of people as they vocalize their rejection […]


Trickle-Down Accountability: The Kenosha Shooting & Civil Unrest

What was at first thought to be a knee-jerk reaction, a simple trend in social activism, has proven itself once again to be a movement showing no signs of slowing down. This past week, Black Lives Matter protests hit the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the police shooting of Jacob […]