“I have many questions to you but the very important question is why aren’t you here in Indonesia? Why aren’t you visiting our school? I want to know your secret […]
After more than half a decade of conflict, and three years of negotiations, a peace agreement between the Colombian government and the country’s largest guerrilla group is expected to be signed on this month. Will this agreement finally bring peace to Colombia? Not by itself. After years of human rights violations from both sides, Colombia needs social changes, together with a strong international presence, in order to become a truly stable country.
It was only last September that U.S presidential candidate Donald Trump, whose political dreams then seemed farfetched, was eliciting unconcerned laughter from European leaders as he appeared via a bizarre […]
As the European Union tightens its relationship with Western Africa to prevent IUU fishing, ships continue to illegally trawl Senegalese seas to sell in EU-markets Legal and illegal exploitation […]
European relations with the Caribbean need to be reviewed as one of its key treaties nears its expiration date, with renegotiations starting in June. It comes at a time when […]
Western influence is needed as Libya’s hidden turmoil posses long term consequences for Europe. https://milinme.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/libyan-war-coverage-2/ The net result of the West’s intervention in the Middle East and North Africa can be likened […]
What a Revived Idea by Eurosceptic Brexit Talks Could Mean For the US, UK, & Allies, And Why it’s a Disillusioned Vision of Future International Relations. Carriages rumble to and […]