Eleanor Good


The Danger Of The International Community’s Involvement In South Africa’s Farm Attacks

The current phenomena, in which liberal democracies have become overtaken by the now-global far-right nationalist movement, has been a prominent topic of media coverage in the past few years. However, a majority of the coverage has focused on the Global West: The French Front National, the U.S. Trump administration, and the […]


UN Special Rapporteur Visit Draws Attention To Harmful Impact Of UK’s Hostile Environment Policy

“A hostile environment [for] irregular immigrants, is in effect, a hostile environment for all racial and ethnic communities and individuals in the UK,” asserted Tendayi Achiume, the UN Special rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, and related intolerance, in the concluding remarks of her mission to the […]


The Humanitarian Consequences Of US Withdrawal From The Iran Deal

US President Donald Trump announced on May 9th that the US will withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). In addition to the economic and political dilemmas caused by President Trump’s announcement, there is a large risk that the decision to […]


Migrant Caravan Of Central American Asylum Seekers Pursue Entry At U.S. Border

A “caravan” of migrants, or Viacrucis del Migrante (Migrant Way of the Cross), has gained notoriety in the news this past week, as around 150 of the original group of over 1,000 reached the U.S. border in hopes of gaining asylum in the United States. In response to the news, […]


Brexit Negotiations And The Irish Border: A Threat To The Principles Of The Good Friday Agreement

The Irish border has been a key fixture in the news in recent months due to the fact that Brexit negotiations have come to a standstill over the issue. In addition to its impact on Brexit, the Irish border issue also poses a threat to peace in Northern Ireland because […]