Day: October 31, 2021

Mexico To Grant Humanitarian Visas To Children, Pregnant Women

In a move distinguished from recent action toward individuals in transit, Mexico announced on Thursday that it would grant humanitarian visas to pregnant women and children, part of the most recent group traveling from Central America and the Caribbean through Mexico. These visas will last a year and enable access

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Fear Thy Neighbour: The Tajik-Afghan Stand-Off

On October 18th, week-long military drills took place near the Tajik-Afghan border. The Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organization exercises saw over 5,000 Russian, Tajik, and Uzbek troops engage in various training scenarios amidst spiralling tensions between Dushanbe and Kabul. Tajik president Emomali Rahmon still refuses to acknowledge the Taliban as

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The Sudanese Coup And Future Technocratic Government

On Monday the 25th, a coup in Sudan has upended endeavours into developing the country’s democracy, fracturing arrangements and connections that had been made between military and civilian factions across Sudan. Abdel Fattah al-Burham, a Sudanese politician and former member of the Sovereignty Council, detained the civilian Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other leaders, firing numerous ambassadors and

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