Angie Singh


About Angie Singh

International Relations and Politics major completing a Bachelor of Social Research and Policy and Law in Sydney. I am passionate about researching and addressing genocide, gender, and race.

Let’s Face Up To The Right-Wing Extremism In Australia

Earlier this week a parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security launched an inquiry to unravel extremism in Australia. Andrew Hastie, Liberal Member of Parliament and the committee chair, stated the inquiry would assess the nature, magnitude, and threat posed by extremism including the motivation, purpose, and capability extremist groups […]


How American Democracy Can Be More Democratic

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (Compact hereafter) should replace the electoral college in America to ensure every vote counts. The debate on the electoral college was pertinent in the 2020 election because even when the number of votes for leader of the Democrat party Joe Biden overtook the number […]


Foreign Interference In American Election Threatens Social Unrest

During a recent press conference, American national intelligence director, John Ratcliffe, and FBI Director, Christopher Ware, stated that Russia and Iran have acquired information on some voters’ registrations and are attempting to undermine confidence in the upcoming election to increase social unrest. Iran has sent incorrect information to voters, such […]


Girls’ Right To Education Should Not Be Negotiable

The United States and the Taliban signed a peace deal on the 29th of February 2020, bringing an end to America’s 19-year long invasion of Afghanistan. The terms of the deal set out America’s troop withdrawal plans and the condition that the Taliban enter talks with the Afghan government. As […]


The Escalating Creation Of Detention Centres Cannot Be Ignored

New data from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) has identified and mapped over 380 alleged detention facilities in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. The satellite images indicate newly constructed detention centres as well as extensions to pre-existing facilities which happened during 2019-2020. These detention centres, officially called Vocational Education […]