The Odyssey of Afghan Women

Afghanistan is once again the center of the world’s attention, and for all the wrong reasons. The Taliban, freshly emboldened by the announcement from President Joe Biden that US and NATO troops would soon withdraw from Afghanistan, began intensifying their offensive to take provincial capitals and eventually Kabul. At the time of writing, Taliban forcesContinue reading “The Odyssey of Afghan Women”

Can populism survive the pandemic?

Populism has undergone a sudden resurgence in the past years. Many have probably had an idea about the dangerous ideological factors that populism can have on democratic systems. Now, as the world continues to struggle with the global pandemic and all the other complex economic or social factors that fall in between, the true realityContinue reading “Can populism survive the pandemic?”

Myanmar’s Military Launches a Coup-d’etat but Warns Citizens not to “Destroy Democracy”

Myanmar’s military has overturned the results of the country’s last year democratic elections as current leader Aung San Suu Kyi was set to hold on to the position of power. The military who seized that power last Monday, has now urged Myanmar’s masses who have set off in nation-wide protests not to “destroy democracy” followingContinue reading “Myanmar’s Military Launches a Coup-d’etat but Warns Citizens not to “Destroy Democracy””

Don’t be a Dic(k)tator, Man

In the first few weeks of September, the country of Belarus has seen violent clashes between thousands of protesters and police after a rigged election resulted in another victory for Alexander Lukashenko. Otherwise known as Europe’s last dictator, Lukashenko has been in charge for 26 years now. (Wtf) As European Union leaders and a majorityContinue reading “Don’t be a Dic(k)tator, Man”