Over a hundred days have passed since the first reported case of COVID-19 in China which eventually led to WHO’s declaration of a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. Considering the initial spread of the virus in China and enormous mobilization by the Chinese government in response, many may have been too naïve to not anticipate a pandemic.Read more
Terrorism can be a very complicated and controversial topic to discuss as it is merely an umbrella term for many concepts. Concepts ranging from political, financial, to religious causes. Almost all groups who are accused of terrorism deny using terrorism as a military tactic to achieve their goals. There also lacks an international consensus on a legal definition of terrorism. As it is said, ‘one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.’ The sheer diversity of these causes makes it very difficult to recognize and label an organization or group as a ‘terrorist group.’
The Rohingya Muslims are the people of the Rakhine state of Myanmar (Burma) who are, historically, known to have set foot in the Burmese land, mainly the Rakhine state, in the 8th century for the purposes of trading and religious preaching.
Ever since the military confrontation between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control (LOC) began after the September 18th attack on the Uri Base in the Indian Administered Kashmir, in which 17 Indian Soldiers were killed, erupted a country-wide protest against Pakistan and political workers of some hardcore Hindu nationalist groups like RSS and Shiv-Sina demanded a complete boycott of Pakistan.