Democracy

▶︎ Towards A Safer Future

In the last show of the semester, we turned to the topic “Towards a Brighter Future” and discussed what future…

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Arms

The Last Rebel Stronghold: Idlib Between A Humanitarian Crisis And The End Of The Syrian Civil War

The Syrian conflict has been catalysing the world’s attention for eight years now. The last months have brought significant developments…

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Asia

The Persistent Problem Of Child Soldiers In Myanmar

Myanmar gained independence from Britain in 1948, yet its political situation has been unstable and entangled in complex civil conflicts…

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Asia

Brunei: The Sharia Welfare State

Brunei recently implemented the death penalty by stoning for male homosexual relations and adultery. Additionally, thieving is penalized by forced…

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Environment

▶︎ Is It TIME To Stop?

In the aftermath of WW2 and the first use of a nuclear bomb, a group of worried scientists started the…

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Human Rights

Salvini: A Populist Force to be Reckoned With?

Right wing populism is on the rise globally, and studies show that the hybrid use of mass and social media…

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Conflict

Closing The Door To Peace: The Colombian Government’s Effort To Spoil Peace

Since Iván Duque’s new administration took power in Colombia, its ultra-right political party “Democratic Center” has been trying to spoil…

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Women Peace and Security

One Ban To Rule Them All: A Wider Perspective On The Alabama Abortion Ban

Alabama’s recent decision to implement a near-total ban on abortion has sparked a worldwide reaction, bringing new life into the…

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Activism

The Greta Effect

Every day we are overwhelmed with reports of the climate crisis that is engulfing our planet. The science is clear…

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Conflict

Open Deadline, Closing Border

On the night of April 18th 2019, 29-year-old journalist Laura McKee was shot dead in Derry, Northern Ireland. McKee was…

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