Aisha Parker


About Aisha Parker

Aisha Parker is a postgraduate student at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. She is currently studying a Masters Degree of International Relations and National Security, specialising in International Security and Intelligence Studies. In her Bachelor's Degree she majored in History with minors in Professional Writing and Literature.

Himalayan Glaciers Are Melting Rapidly According To American Scientists

The melting glaciers in the Himalayas have brought fear into the international arena as Cold War spy-satellite images have recently surfaced. The American scientists who studied the data have stated that the “glaciers are melting about twice as fast as they used to”. According to the American academic journal, ‘Science […]


NASA Carbon Observatory (OCO-3) To Launch

In an effort to improve the science surrounding Climate Change, NASA scientists have planned for the mission ‘Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3’. The OCO-3 assignment involves sending an instrument to the International Space Station which will better understand the movement of carbon dioxide between plants and the atmosphere. Unfortunately, the OCO-3 […]


Israel Rejects UN Accusations Of War Crimes After Gaza Probe

Between March 30 and December 21, 2018, investigations took place by the UN Independent Commission of Inquiry into Israel’s treatment of Palestinians during protests at the Gaza strip. The UN commission conducted 325 interviews with victims, witnesses, and other courses; they investigated more than 8000 documents, studied drone footage and other […]


Trump Says ‘A Lot Of Progress’ Made With North Korea

According to the U.S. President Donald Trump, his consultation with Kim Yong-chol on Friday, January 18th was an “incredible meeting.” Kim Yong-chol is one of North Korea’s top negotiators and Trump intends to make progress with the country to ensure their de-nuclearisation. However, there is no certainty of this occurring […]


Climate Change Agreements And Achieving Unity

The threat of climate change has been at the forefront of global environmental security. National leaders gathered together at a UN summit in Poland to discuss and find solutions to this global phenomenon. Due to the severity of the situation, the United Nations climate chief said that the aforementioned “threat […]


North Korea’s Nuclear Tests

North Korea’s new nuclear testing has created insecurity for U.S. hegemony and security. Kim Jong-un visited the test site of the “ultramodern tactical weapon,” which allegedly would ensure the state’s security and protect North Korea like a “steel wall.” The testing of the highly developed weapon has occurred in a sensitive […]


China’s Growing Navy Poses A Threat To The U.S.

China’s navy has received renewed attention as its growth begins to challenge U.S. military hegemony within the Pacific Ocean. The uncertainty surrounding how this will affect future relations between China and the U.S. remains unknown and worrisome. As an established economic superpower, China is now moving to become one of […]