In the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, a lot of accusations of employing terrorists are being thrown around. This article will examine these accusations, the history of terrorism in the conflict and what the use of militants means for the region and the conflict.
The Evolution of Revolution
The nation of Belarus is bursting to the seams with protests against Europe’s so-called “last dictator”. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who holds a totalitarian grip, has failed to eradicate the protests despite conducting mass arrests and torture. President Lukashenko lives in a euphoric Soviet past and has proved to stop at almost nothing to maintain his totalitarian grip over Belarusian society. Currently, there is an ongoing conflict between a civil society striving for national change and a stubborn tyrant adamant to maintain a Soviet-like state. Who will come out on top of this crisis? Belarusian society will overthrow President Lukashenko if they continue to stubbornly protest.
The Lobbying Debate in Latin America
Lobby regulation is frequently recommended as an important measure that governments should implement to reduce corruption. However, that is not the case for Latin America where most citizens lack a basic understanding of the policy-making process. A change in citizens’ perceptions about lobbying activities is thus a prior necessity, especially considering the background of most countries in the region when it comes to corruption.
Worlds Apart: COVID19 and the Roma community in Slovakia
COVID19 has exacerbated the discrimination and challenges faced by the Roma community in Slovakia. Their precarious living conditions and safety need to be addressed by the Government. More accountability and action needs to be provided by the Government to alleviate the struggles they face. This is essential before unity can be achieved between Slovakia and the Roma community.
Social Reproduction Amidst a Pandemic: Falling Through The Gaps in Gender Equality Left by (Neo)Liberal Feminism
The achievement of greater equality requires that we go beyond simple reforms. First, we must critically examine how patriarchal gender roles, built into capitalism, have been accepted in the past. Second, we must then collectively envision a path forward that leaves the capitalist-patriarchal gender norms behind.
An Economic Solution is Not the Best Way Forward for Brazil
Pursuing an economic focused recovery method is not the best way forward for Brazil. Instead, Brazil needs a leadership which is able to coordinate a solution for the country, that brings stability to the political system, and also safeguards the health and social systems of the nation.
How Problematic is Terrorist Recidivism?
Examining whether or not terrorist recidivism as big of a threat as it seems, this article will analyse whether the Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill is the right approach to the problem.
The Implications of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) Crisis
The construction, filling, and operating of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a major threat in an already troubled region. This paper will be examining the historical context as well as the implications of the situation in order to highlight that new approaches to the current issue should be pursued in order to come up with a fair, beneficial solution for the damaged parties.
What Trump Didn’t Do
Despite being a central factor in the impeachment proceedings against President Trump, it was not what led to President Zelensky’s plummeting approval ratings. Instead, this can be attributed to corruption, war and COVID-19.
The Right to Housing in Canada: Imagining an Inclusive Future
Heightened attention has been given to the problems of homelessness and housing insecurity across Canada. Under present conditions, eviction is closer to reality for many due to the lifting of eviction bans.