To commemorate the United Nations’ 75th anniversary since its founding, we examine how much the UN has changed the world for the better. Is it a tool for cooperation between nations, or is it one for control instead?
Oct 19: Thais defy protest ban, Boris Johnson tells UK to prepare for no-trade deal Brexit, French teacher beheaded on the street
North America A four-day Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for US President Donald Trump’s Supreme
The freedom of the individual has been promoted since the dawn of the liberal democracy. However, should constitutions and laws prioritise individual freedom over the freedom of the masses? Or should the laws protect and serve the people as a whole?
Oct 12: Trump returns to the White House, Taiwan calls for meaningful dialogue with China, increased tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia
North America Alongside US President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, a growing number of
Sept 28: Trump announces Barrett as Ginsburg’s replacement, international tribunal for Kosovo War arrests its first suspect, Kuwait reiterates support for two-state solution in Palestine
North America Republican Senator Lindsey Graham changed track and announced that he will back President
Fast fashion has been increasingly known to create a multitude of problems. While there has been a push towards sustainable and ethical fashion, how viable is it for everyone?