The Increasingly Worrying Droughts in South Asia

Devastating droughts are ravaging South Asia just about every year. The countries affected include Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bhutan. All of them are subject to the most damaging outcomes of droughts like agricultural land destruction, an increasingly dehydrated population with little access to clean water and growing social

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Conflict Resolution In The Donbas: What Has Changed?

On April 26th, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky proposed the cancellation of the Minsk agreements, established in 2014, which regulate conflict resolution in eastern Ukraine. According to Zelensky, the clauses no longer reflect the state of current relations and need a comprehensive update – if not tout-court revision. Zelensky invited the

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Who Gets The Vaccine?

Since the beginning of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world had its eye on one thing and asked a serious question: when will this be over? For this to be over, there must be a treatment or a vaccine. An effective treatment that eases symptoms and leaves hospitals unstrained

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Baquedano to Ibáñez, Pinochet to Piñera

In Santiago, Chile, Dignity Plaza was initially established as a traffic circle in 1875 called Plaza La Serena. Its name, and its purpose, changed for the first time in 1928. It became formally known as ‘Plaza Baquedano’ in homage to General Manuel Baquedano (1823-1897). A statue of the former Commander-in-chief

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Climate Change In The 21st Century; Climate Refugees

Over the last century, climate change has significantly contributed to the mass displacement of people. These people are defined as climate refugees who have been forced to leave their homes due to climate change. In the face of these environmental threats, people feel that they have no choice but to

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Biden And Ukraine: Unwavering Support Or Rhetorical Game?

US foreign policy was tumultuous under Donald Trump. It isolated itself from its allies and principles. Since the Euromaidan protests in 2013, Ukraine has been eagerly approaching the US and western countries. It is also strategically critical for the US/NATO-Russia rivalry in Eastern Europe. However, the Trump administration mistreats the

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