Karin Stanojevic

About Karin Stanojevic

Karin is currently studying International Relations, International Law and Global Governance at Macquarie University. She is very passionate about international affairs and drawing attention to the need for social cohesion, understanding and cultural acceptance. She feels strongly about the need for reforms within the media and international legal sphere in regards to conflict prevention, promotion of diplomatic relations, and consequences for internationally unlawful actions to be enforced. Her main area of interest is in South Eastern European and Middle Eastern history, language, culture and politics. As the Vice President she hopes to provide a platform for similar minded individuals to express their ideas and add to the discourse on how to build and sustain peace.

Police Brutality And The Harsh Realities Of Civilian Access To Deadly Weapons

“Complete pandemonium,” according to one witness, broke out when gunshots were fired at a protest in Dallas, Texas regarding the recent police brutality against two African Americans, Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota. Witnesses explained that prior to the first shots fired, the police were peaceful, and […]

65 Million Refugees Worldwide and a ‘Broken Aid System’: How Refuge Point is Making a Difference

  With the average amount of time for someone to be a refugee set at around 20 years, Sasha Chanoff, the founder of privately owned and funded Refuge Point, is looking to revolutionise not only the way we view refugees, but also the refugee protection system, and how it handles […]

Recent Peace Talks Show Promise for Reconciliation in Middle East Regions

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has recently been taking initiative in creating a more palatable regional playing-ground through the hopes of peacefully ending the Palestinian crisis. A Cairo conference is slated to renew negotiations between Israel and Palestine, and to kick-start a serious plan for reconciliation. Allegedly, both the Palestinian and the Israeli […]

When Will There (Finally) Be Peace in The Nagorno-Karabakh Region?

For the past 22 years, the call for independence of the Nagorno-Karabakh, an Armenian populated enclave in south-west Azerbaijan, has been a source of tension not only in the Caucasus but also between the regional powers, Russia and Turkey. Since the war of 1992-1994, Armenians have been occupying and pushing […]