Julia Harrison


About Julia Harrison

Julia Harrison is a correspondent for The Organization for World Peace. She is a current sophomore at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a Global Studies major with a concentration in Peace and Conflict Studies. In her studies, she examines human rights, international affairs, and the conditions which ensure peace or lead to conflict.

Equifax: US Charges Four Chinese Military Officers Over Huge Hack

On February 10, 2020, William P. Barr, United States Attorney General, announced that the United States was indicting four members of the People’s Liberation Army in China for hacking Equifax in 2017.  The accused men, Wu Zhiyong, Wang Qian, Xu Ke and Liu Lei, accessed and stole the names, birth […]

Equifax: US Charges Four Chinese Military Officers Over Huge Hack

The Case For Erasmus

EU, UK Set Out Conflicting Red Lines For Post-Brexit Deal

On Monday, February 3rd, the European Union’s Chief Trade Negotiator, Michel Barnier, released its goals for Brexit. They envision the United Kingdom and the European Union to be on an equal playing field in terms of trade, with no advantages to either side. The EU also seeks “non-regression” in terms […]


Delta Fined US$50,000 For Removing Muslim Passengers From Flights

On 24 January 2020, the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) fined Delta Airlines $50,000 for the removal of three Muslim passengers in 2016. The DOT order stated that the airline had “engaged in discriminatory conduct” that violated Federal law: “although an airline has the legal authority to refuse to […]

Delta Fined US$50,000 For Removing Muslim Passengers From Flights

UK, France, And Germany Respond To Iran's Violations Of The Nuclear Deal As The United States Escalates Tensions

UK, France, And Germany Respond To Iran’s Violations Of The Nuclear Deal As The United States Escalates Tensions

The United Kingdom, France, and Germany (known collectively as E3) have released a statement formally accusing Iran of violating the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), more commonly known as the Iran Nuclear Deal. The statement noted that the purpose of JCPoA is “upholding the nuclear non-proliferation regime, and […]


U.S. Targets Maduro-Picked Top Legislator, Six Others In Fresh Venezuelan Sanctions

The United States imposed sanctions on seven Venezuelan legislators on Monday, 13 January. The legislators were accused of leading a bid to seize control of Congress from Juan Guaidó, the U.S. backed opposition leader. On January 5th, the military blocked Guaidó from entering parliament to allow the Socialist Party to […]

U.S. Targets Maduro-Picked Top Legislator, Six Others In Fresh Venezuelan Sanctions

Indian Students Protest Attacks At A New Delhi University

Indian Students Protest Attacks At A New Delhi University

On Sunday 5 January, a mob of masked men attacked students and staff at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi. 42 people were injured in the attacks, which started at about 7 PM that night. According to TIME, the attackers barged into “previously identified” rooms, brandishing glass bottles, sticks, […]


U.K. Plans To Pass Anti-B.D.S. Law 2

Under Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the United Kingdom plans to pass a law banning participation in “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions”, a political movement intended to pressure Israel into ending the occupation of Palestine. The law is part of a global movement spearheaded by Israel to suppress the BDS campaign.  Self-described […]