Day: January 22, 2021

Gibraltar’s Brexit Deal: Solution Or New Question?

The intriguing EU–U.K. Trade and Cooperation Agreement is not the only Brexit agreement that has been made since the new year. On December 31st, a principle “New Year’s Eve Agreement” was reached by the United Kingdom and Spain, designating Gibraltar’s relationship with the European Union. This agreement guarantees maximized and

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Water Security In Bolivia Declines From Glacier Melt

Bolivia’s Tuni glacier has shrunk rapidly over the past decade, now putting the nation’s capital city in a critical water shortage. Located in the heart of South America, the landlocked country experiences low rainfall and regular droughts. The 800,000 citizens of La Paz have depended on water from the glaciers

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UN Peacekeeping Force Begins Withdrawal From Darfur

The new year marks the beginning of the United Nations’ withdrawal of its peacekeeping forces from Darfur, Sudan. On December 22, the UN Security Council unanimously voted to end the joint African Union-UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur (known as UNAMID), after more than 13 years of operation. This means that

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