Author: Andrew Hoffman

Mexico, Cienfuegos, And The New Biden Administration

This Monday, January 19th, President Andrés Obrador of Mexico clarified his stance on the current diplomatic scuffle between the U.S. government and the Mexican government. He stated that the new Biden administration would understand Mexico’s position on the Cienfuegos situation and that relations would be “very good”. The Cienfuegos situation

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China Jails Citizen Journalist For Coronavirus Reporting In Wuhan

On October 28th, news broke out that Chinese authorities had sentenced citizen-journalist Zhang Zhan to four years in prison. Zhang’s “crime”? Her documentation of Wuhan residents’ desperation at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in China. This documentation contradicted state media depictions of how the government was handling the pandemic

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Russian And Rwandan Involvement In The Central African Republic

Monday December 21st, 2020, Antoine Rolland from Reuters published a short article titled, “Russia, Rwanda send military support to the Central Africa Republic to quell election violence.” While this article was titled a “3 Minute Read” and was thus relatively short, it was able to provide some useful insight into

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On Recent Russian Hacking

On December 14th, Reuters published a short “one minute read” titled “Suspected Russian hackers breached U.S. Department of Homeland Security sources.” The article argues that this breach was part of a massive Russian hacking campaign to penetrate the U.S. departments of Treasury and Commerce. As the hackers were able to

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U.S. Slaps Sanctions On 14 Chinese Officials Over Hong Kong Crackdown

On December 7th, the United States levied sanctions against 14 members of the Chinese government and their immediate family in response to Beijing’s infringements on Hong Kong’s democratic rights. Despite the 1977 One Country Two Systems treaty, China has increasingly been taking authoritarian steps to control Hong Kong’s government. Formerly

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An Update On The Nigerian SARS Protests

Earlier this Monday, on November 30th, Reuters published a story detailing a concerning update in the state of relations between the protestors and government, in Nigeria’s recent police brutality protests. According to multiple allegations, including the personal testimony of one Onomene Adene, protestors of the Nigerian government’s SARS police unit

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Nigerian Authorities Return Police Brutality Activist’s Passport

According to a report on November 9th, 2020 from Reuters, Nigerian Immigration Authorities have recently returned a passport to one Modupe Odele. Odele was a lawyer, who arranged for the legal defenses for protestors in the recent October Nigerian police brutality protests. The returning of Odele’s passport and the subsequent

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Poland, Belarus, Intersectionalism, And Hope

Recently, Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal, the highest court in the country, imposed a near total ban on abortion, sparking protests throughout the nation. As of October 30th, the Polish government banned abortions due to fetal abnormalities increasing the government’s already restrictive policies towards abortion. This action is an invasion of the

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U.A.E. Official Running For Head Of Interpol Is Accused Of Torture

According to an exclusive report from the British Newspaper, The Telegraph, two British citizens have accused an official from the United Arab Emirates and frontrunner for the new head of Interpol, Nasser Ahmed Al-Raisi, for being responsible for their torture.  According to multiple reports from the likes of Bioreports, Al

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