Americas, USA, Life, World
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Politics
We’ve already taken a look at how racist cartoons have been in the past. However, those examples were solely meant for entertainment purposes back then; there is an another dimension of old racist cartoons we haven’t yet touched on: Propaganda Cartoons.
Opinion, World, Editor's Choice
Pakistan’s role in the war on terror, which had been recognised by the world until the last US government, has suddenly turned into a question mark in President Trump’s era. The power shift in the United States has certainly brought a policy shift in Afghanistan in general and towards Pakistan in particular.
Asia-Pacific, Afghanistan, Opinion, Politics
Terrorism is one of the major keywords that define our 21st century. Whether we turn on the TV, listen to the radio, browse the internet, or even check out social media platforms, terror seems always to be the center of discussion. It has sadly become a normal sight to see or hear about terrorism victims all over the world on a daily basis, so normal, that we count our dead by numbers, and we are seldom not sensitive to the numbers displayed.
Africa, CAR, Human Rights, Politics
While surfing through my news feed a few days ago, I came across an interesting debate about Afghanistan on a Facebook group that welcomes people from across the globe to discuss global politics. The heated debate was between an Afghan and a Pakistani.
Asia-Pacific, Yemen, Human Rights
On March 24th, 2013, a group of Seleka rebels finished a nearly four-month long assault on Bangui, the capital city of the Central African Republic. The attack started after several rebel groups claimed that the CAR government wasn’t abiding by peace treaties signed in 2008 after the Central African Republic Bush War.
Asia-Pacific, Iraq, Opinion, Politics
The civil war that broke in 2015 and lasted for 18 months in Yemen, killing about 10,000 people, has now actually driven the country to a state of famine, where there is a severe crisis of food.
Americas, Colombia, Human Rights, Politics
When the gold mining and gold trade era came to an end, the whole world sets its eyes on the next most expensive natural reserve on this planet earth — the oil.
Human Rights, Opinion, Politics, World
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is an extremist group of self-proclaimed Marxist-Leninist guerrilla soldiers. They’re known as terrorists not only by their own country, Colombia, but also by most civilized countries around the world. The FARC has been a part of the Colombian armed conflict ever since its started back in 1964.
Asia-Pacific, China, Politics
The United Nations is a widely known international regulating body since after the World War II. It has aimed for better alliances among member countries in order to eradicate war and promote a more humane society across the globe. However, 70 years into its existence, it has met huge challenges as well as achievements. But after all, has it actually championed its original goal of uniting countries to forbid the recurrence of war and to improve the quality of life everywhere?
After World War II, the U.S emerged as a super power, a nation bent on ruling the world. But what they did by dropping a nuclear bomb on Japan, killing thousands of innocent people, created a sense of alarm and threat among the other countries, fearing to lose their sovereignty not only before the U.S, but to any other country.