Jisue Shin

About Jisue Shin

A recent Political Science graduate. Highly passionate about human rights/ international conflicts. Believe that a more peaceful world can be created by informing/educating people about world conflicts.

Rising Protests Amongst Fashionistas For Trump’s 90 Day Visa Ban

Trump’s Ban was indeed a shock to everyone. Social media and the internet exploded with anger and grief by this new 90 days visa ban (with the possibility of being forever banned). Not just citizens, but anyone that has any type of personal connections with the seven Muslim Countries (Iran, […]

New Regulations Announced To Tackle Toxic Smog In China

Environmental pollution, particularly, air pollution is a critical issue that has been rising especially since the industrial revolution period. As more economically developing countries are emerging throughout the years, pollution also complies with this advancement. Smog, in scientific terms, “is a yellowish or blackish fog formed mainly by a mixture […]

Neglected Presidential Duties, Will The Truth Finally Be Revealed?

  South Korea is currently undergoing court hearings regarding Korean President Park Geun Hye, her confidante Choi Soon-sil, close relatives of Choi’s families, Samsung Vice President, Choi Soon-sil’s secretary, and many more who are involved with the Park’s discrepancies. Possibly the most heated and concerned hearing that the Korean citizens […]

The Impeachment Of South Korean’s President

The so-called ‘peaceful protest’ that has been going on for, at least, 6 weeks in South Korea seems to be finally paying off. On December 9th, 2016, “South Korean President Park Geun-Hye was impeached Friday by the nation’s National Assembly, signaling an ignominious end to a term that had become […]

Where Does The Harsh Rules Of Exemption And Protection Apply To Become An American Citizen?

There are several ways obtain citizenship or a green card in the United States, such as the following: being born in America, marrying a spouse with an American citizenship, meeting work and tax requirements by living in America for many years, obtain residential status through a family member, or being […]

What Is The Future For The Current South Korean President, Park Geun-hye?

On November 6th, 2016, 100,000 South Koreans demonstrated their frustrations on the streets in Seoul, demanding resignation from President Park. Korean news are currently over flooded with Park’s discrepancies and her sickening “devotion” to her confidante Choi Soon-sil. President Park is being accused of allowing Choi Soon-sil to use their […]

Positive And Negative Impacts Of The Olympics

The whole world is focusing on Rio’s Summer 2016 Olympics, which is happening right now. Everyone is cheering and rooting for their country’s teams. As with everything else, good sides will always come with disadvantages. The Olympics was created to unify countries into one tournament, it brings together many nationalities over one match, […]

WWII Reborn?

On May 22nd, 2016, Buzzfeed uploaded a video named “I survived the Holocaust” to their YouTube channel. The video is roughly 7 minutes long and enlists a Holocaust survivor to narrate his life experience, who spoke on the concentration camps that he was forced to live in during the Nazi occupation. The […]

Reunification Of The Two Koreas: Is It Possible?

      Throughout the years, there have been rising threats from the North Korean government and consequently, issues regarding North Korea are drawing more attention from the media and around the world. The increasing warnings from the North Korean government, especially in regards to nuclear bomb development and human […]