Cutting Up Traditions: FGM Criminalised in Sudan

Every year, big and small steps are taken in an effort to improve the quality of life of the world’s citizens in order to secure that their human rights are

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The Pope and the Catholic Church: Possibility for Change?

What does it mean to be Pope? There are both very short and perplexingly complex answers to this question. The Pope, also known as the Supreme Pontiff or the  Roman

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Soft Power of Stone: Defending the Narrative of the Great Patriotic War

The statue of marshal Ivan Stepanovich Konev on Prague’s International Brigades’ Square has been a source of controversy for several years. Installed in May 1980 to commemorate the 35th anniversary

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A milestone for international law; Germany opens first war crime trials against the Syrian regime

It was the first of October 1945 mere months after the Second World War had ended that the allied forces came together in the German city of Nuremberg to write

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New City Living: Indigenous Urbanisation in Vancouver

It has been decided, with a 87% majority, that the Squamish Nation would initiate the process of building the Sen̓áḵw district in Vancouver. This project, one that has been estimated

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Sino-African Relations: How COVID-19 Ignited an Unexpected Diplomatic Crisis

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused fissures in relations between states across the international community. From President Trump’s attempt to purchase the German company CureVac to produce vaccines exclusively for

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Joseph Biden: The Controversial Democratic Nominee

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont ended his presidential candidacy on Wednesday, clearing the way for a general election between the assumed Democratic nominee, Joseph R. Biden and President Trump at

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All hail Gaia: On COVID-19 and Radical Environmentalism

Among the vast range of bad news concerning COVID-19, occasionally, we find a glimmer of good news. Cities all over the world have clearer water and air, support for healthcare

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Still Fired Up: North Korea Continues Missile Testing in Trying Times

In a time where both the politicians and the public’s attention are focused on the coronavirus pandemic and its effects on everyday life now and in the foreseeable future, it

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Building Bridges, Burning Bridges: A Unity Government in Israel is Likely to Divide the Israeli Centre

While the enduring global public health crisis continues to bring uncertainty to all areas of society, a period of relative stability may lie ahead of the Israeli domestic political scene.

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