Day: June 11, 2021

U.S. Tiptoes Through Sanctions Minefield Toward Iran Nuclear Deal

Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) failed to extend a nuclear inspection agreement on Sunday, May 23. For the last three months, Iran and the IAEA agreed upon video recording inspections of Iranian nuclear sites, but Iran’s hard-line, conservative parliament derailed an expected extension of this agreement

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Intensification of Anti-Government Protests in Colombia

Beginning April 28th, several protests were held across Colombia because of the tax reform set forth by the country’s government, in the hope of addressing their ongoing economic crisis. Although the tax reform was dismissed, large scale protests persisted with the situation becoming progressively worse due to the role of

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Belarusian Government Shuts Down The Country’s Largest Independent News Organization

Belarusian authorities continued its brutal media suppression efforts last week, shutting down the country’s largest independent news organization,  The government took offline, and raided the office and several homes of reporters.  The Belarusian Association of Journalists reported that 13 journalists were arrested and are currently being held in

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