Day: November 14, 2022

Escaping The Korean Security Dilemma

North Korea fired 23 missiles into the sea on November 2nd, Pyongyang’s largest deployment in a single day, according to Reuters. One missile landed less than 40 miles off South Korea’s coast, marking the first time a ballistic missile has crossed a nautical border with South Korea since the peninsula’s

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Developed Countries Discuss Climate Loss And Damage At COP27

The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP) began in Egypt on November 6th, and will end on November 18th, 2022. At the COP, Germany and Belgium pledged 170 million and 2.5 million Euros in aid for loss and damage caused by climate change. It is unknown

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Commission Of Inquiry For Israel And Palestine

In an article for Reuters, Emma Farge reports on day one of the five-day-long hearings hosted by the UN Human Rights Council’s 10th Commission of Inquiry (COI) to investigate claims and issues presented by Israelis and Palestinians. On the first day, the COI learned about an Israeli-led harassment campaign against

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The ICC Seeks To Reopen Venezuela Investigation On Human Rights Abuses

On November 1st, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan formally asked the court to continue the investigation into the alleged human rights violations committed in Venezuela. This is in response to a deferral request made by Venezuela to delay the ICC’s investigation into their officials. It is

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