Policymakers around the world are faced with a new challenge that is cyber vigilantism. We investigate the issues it raises as well as the solutions that have been presented so far.
Feb 1: GameStop saga continues, Indian protesters storm Red Fort, EU reverses vaccine move after uproar
North America United States (US) Senator Patrick Leahy, who will preside over former President Donald
Climate change is often regarded as one of the most profound global challenges by most governments and Singapore is no exception. In recent times, climate activism has been on the rise and is now a global movement – but, why does it remain so difficult to take action on the climate crisis? In this article, The IAS Gazette explores reasons behind this crucial inaction.
Dec 21: Bolsonaro and Obrador finally recognise Biden, China pledges financial support to maintain economic stability, Mostaqbal Watan party secures parliamentary majority
North America United States (US) President Donald Trump will re-enter private life next year on
Dec 7: US House signs a bill decriminalising marijuana, UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine, Brazil centrist parties win big at municipal elections
North America Canada unveiled its largest economic relief package since WW2 last Monday (Nov 30),
Nov 16: Ceasefire deal ends war in Nagorno-Karabakh, UN warns of war crimes in Ethiopia, Biden wins Georgia and Arizona
North America Some of the United States’ (US) biggest and closest allies in Europe, the
Oct 26: Chilean citizens riot in Santiago, Bahrain and Sudan normalise ties with Israel, former Burundian president rejects sentence
North America United States (US) Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Republican senators that he
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?