Asia-Pacific, Iran, Turkey, Politics
Asia-Pacific, Iraq, Politics
A common enemy is all it takes sometimes. Turkey and Iran are opposing forces in the Middle-East region. However, they may have finally found some common ground in the Kurdish movement for independence in northern Iraq.
Europe, Spain, Opinion, Politics
The Kurds have dominated the Middle-Eastern news in the last weeks and months by having an independence referendum. But who are they really, where did they come from and what is Kurdistan?
Americas, Venezuela, Politics
When we have a movement which is seeking to crack a chunk of a state apart from it’s own national identity, the national identity of the country at large will also grow; and this could be one of the largest hurdles to Catalonia’s potential statehood.
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
On the 16th of July, the Venezuelan people voted to express their disagreement with the government and the proposal of the Constituent National Assembly. There were three questions to be answered in the popular referendum:
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!
Americas, Colombia, Human Rights, Politics
Recep Erdogan tries to manifest his power in Turkey via a controversial referendum. If the past year taught us one thing then it’s the fact that a public referendum can be a cruel thing to witness.
Europe, UK, Opinion, Politics
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 its started back in 1964.
One of the most earthshaking events in world history has happened just this summer: The UK voted to leave the European Union. Most of the world is still reeling, trying to figure out how in the world to react to what is happening in Europe right now.