Tanzanian Judiciary and President: Unacceptable Intermingled Institutions

Tanzanian Judiciary and President: Unacceptable Intermingled Institutions

Samia Suluhu’s rise as the President of Tanzania has intensified the violent policies of her predecessor John Magufuli, who was regarded as one of the worst dictators of modern times. The Tanzanian government‘s way of handling Freeman Mbowe’s case is the worst example of crisis management, driving questions about the impartiality of Samia’s administration. She … Read more

Danger Alert: Global Leaders Must Save One Billion Children from Climate Disasters

Danger Alert: Global Leaders Must Save One Billion Children from Climate Disasters

Climate change has emerged as the most pressing issue of the 21st century, as the pursuit of profit by global corporations has heavily undermined the pro-climate efforts. While every segment of society is affected by this menace in one form or another, the global children are battling the crisis like no one else. The shocking … Read more

Vaccine Apartheid: The Darkest Side of Human Intelligence Exposed in Pandemic

Vaccine Apartheid: The Darkest Side of Human Intelligence Exposed in Pandemic

Amid the pervasiveness of the coronavirus devastating global infrastructure, where some countries tried to exercise vaccine diplomacy, vaccine nationalism was also rising up. The extreme form of vaccine nationalism is vaccine apartheid, where the discrimination regarding vaccination is posing a severe threat to the masses across the globe. Those who are in full control of … Read more

Biden’s Bid to Champion Human Rights: A Decades-Old Friend of the US Turned into Foe

Foe

The everlasting friendship between the United States and Saudi Arabia has finally started nosediving. The latest crack came in the aftermath of the Biden administration’s report claiming the involvement of Saudi’s crown prince in Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post’s journalist, murder. The same Biden who was soft on Riyadh during his vice presidency in Obama’s … Read more

“Inhumane genocide”: The words describing the past and present of the United States

“Inhumane genocide”: The words describing the past and present of the United States

The United States is most often attributed as the policeman of the world. Whether or not the United States should continue its role as the global policeman is a separate debate. However, the US must retrospect look to see how the role of the government itself remained unethical and promoted genocide of native Americans in … Read more

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