Reports


Social Determinants Of Health

One of the most appropriate ways to address issues regarding Medicine is to carry out an analysis of health problems through the approach of social and economic determinants of health. A study proposed by the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana established that despite the theoretical advances and the evidence collected on the

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Turkish Women Protest Femicide And Violence Trends

Despite a pandemic and unwelcoming circumstances, women’s decades-long struggle to achieve more rights and equal status in Turkish society continues. During this year’s International Women’s Day, Turkish women took to the streets to protest worrisome femicide trends, discrimination, and a lack of representation in higher office. Despite police pushing back

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Protests In India Continue

Indian farmers continue to make international headlines as their protest persists. On January 26th, Republic Day in India, thousands of farmers, including 10,000 tractors, entered India’s capital city, New Delhi, and marched on the Red Fort. According to observers, this act demonstrated increasingly elevated commitments to resist Prime Minister Modi.

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Militarization During The COVID-19 Era Can Permanently Disturb Civil-Military Relations In Latin America

The COVID-19 pandemic has overwhelmed governments worldwide, and many have turned to their military for support. In many countries, the military has helped enforce stay-at-home orders and provided logistical assistance for struggling health care systems. However, particularly in Latin America – a region with a long history of brutal military

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Climate Change In The 21st Century: Mitigating Greenhouse Gasses

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges humanity is likely to face over the coming decades. Experts predict that climate change will lead to political instability, mass displacement, armed conflict and the rise of increasingly nationalist governments, making it an issue of extreme importance in global politics. In order

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Climate Change And The Nigerian Farmer-Herder Dispute

As the banks of the Chad Basin continue to recede and degrade, so too does Nigeria’s fragile internal security situation. While Nigeria has certainly not been left untouched by the terrorist cells sweeping Africa’s Sahel region with increasing momentum, the country’s ongoing farmer-herder conflict remains Nigeria’s most acute security issue,

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Armenia’s Post-War Depression

Armenians suffered from a double shock last year, with COVID-19 and a devastating 44-day war with Azerbaijan – the deadliest conflict in 2020. The conflict killed thousands of people within a few weeks while the rest of the world was busy managing COVID’s challenges. Since 1994, Nagorno-Karabakh (N.K.) has been

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Climate Change In The 21st Century: Reforming The United Nations

Climate change poses a devastating threat to humankind, plaguing the international system with political instability, mass displacement, armed conflict, and the rise of increasingly nationalist governments. These phenomena will continue to agitate the globe unless substantial reforms are conducted. The problem will not correct itself. Nonetheless, the massive challenge it

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Niger’s Democratic Election And Terrorism In The Region

Last week, Niger held a presidential election that began its first democratic transition of power since 1960. This transition is thanks to incumbent President Mahamadou Issoufou respecting the constitutional term limit he has fulfilled, a regard increasingly forgone in many countries according to the International Crisis Group. In deciding to

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A Step Forward For LGBTQ+ Rights In Malaysia

Trigger warning: This article mentions the persecution of LGBTQ+ people(s), violence, and conversion therapy. — In a historic moment on 25 February, Malaysia’s Federal Court ruled a state law, which allows punishment for “unnatural sex” (including consensual same-sex conduct), as unconstitutional. Though Section 377 of the Penal Code – a

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