Author: Pasepa Katia

EU Climate Goal To Reduce 55% Of Emissions By 2030

Earlier this month, Germany’s government revealed its support for extending the European Union carbon pricing and an end to free carbon permits for airlines, as measures to help meet climate change targets. According to The Guardian, this decision placed pressure on the U.K. government to implement a similar package to

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The U.K post Brexit

Two months following the U.K’s departure from the European Union (EU), new regulations have been imposed on certain commodities travelling to the U.K from the EU and vice versa. The free-trade deal between both parties also continues under the new agreement which came into effect on January 1st this year.

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Climate Change And Indigenous Peoples

Climate change is a transnational issue at the forefront of the international community’s development plan. Melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and natural disasters have displaced thousands of people around the globe, and more are at risk. Indigenous communities are especially vulnerable to suffering the direct consequences of climate change. According

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The continued deterioration in China-Australia relations

The China-Australia relations have significantly deteriorated within the past ten months. This has occurred following Australia’s anti-dumping investigations on Chinese exports and China’s retaliation through trade sanctions on Australian exports, in addition to Australia’s concern over human rights matters in China. The Chinese Embassy in Canberra provided a list of

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West Papua: The Neglected War?

West Papua, a Melanesian nation bordering the island of Papua New Guinea in the Pacific, has struggled for decades to exercise its right to self-determination and achieve independence from Indonesia. West Papua was first colonized by the Netherlands in 1898. Indonesia was also a Dutch colony until it gained independence

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