Puerto Rico, Americas, USA, Life, Politics
Africa, South Africa, Human Rights, Politics, World
As Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” continues to dominate the U.S. charts as one of the most successful Latin American songs in modern U.S. history, many people are watching the music video and finding themselves drawn into the cities and beaches of Puerto Rico.
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
Many of us have heard about the dichotomy between terrorist and freedom fighter; and it is often the subject of intense debate.
Asia-Pacific, Afghanistan, Opinion, Politics
Sunday 16th of July. The Venezuelan people have decided to go and express their disagreement with Maduro’s administration through a local referendum, the Constituent National Assembly (ANC in Spanish) and their desire to go through an election process to reestablish the constitutional power in the country. For the government, it is an act of treason!
Human Rights, Life, Politics, World, Editor's Choice
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s reemergence in the capital of Afghanistan from a hibernation period of almost two decades has raised many questions for the ethnopolitical future of the country.
Europe, UK, Politics
Social Justice Activist — a term that can have a good or a bad meaning, depending in which corner of the Internet you’re at. Regardless of your interpretation, it’s undeniable that social media has become a sound platform for social justice, enabling everyone, from celebrities, scientists, writers to your average user, to speak up about certain problems within our society and educate their friends and followers.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life, Politics
There has been recent controversy in the United Kingdom regarding the use of the term “ni**er in the woodpile” being used in parliament by Newton Abbey MP Anne Marie Morris. Aside from being a highly bizarre and unusual term to use in the 21st century, Morris had used the idiom to describe the threat of leaving the European Union with a trade deal at a launch of a report into the Britain’s financial sector. But what does this term actually mean?
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Politics, Editor's Choice
It was June 27th 2017, the Eid Day in Pakistan, when ex-US security contractor Raymond Davis launched his book under the title, “The Contractor” written with the help of a professional writer Storms Reback.
Europe, Germany, Politics, World, Editor's Choice
The wait is over, the Joint Investigation Report (JIT) has been released and as it was predicted, it has drawn a curtain over the Sharif family’s 3-decades long politics.
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Life, Opinion, Politics
It was supposed to be a peaceful and constructive political exchange between 19 Nations and the EU at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany last weekend.
A few days ago, I was overwhelmed with the idea that my decisions were not mine anymore. I had this feeling of leaving my decision-making process to others, to chance and to some obscure strings that were pulling my life towards many different directions. I was not the owner of my future; my plans belonged to someone else.