Monthly Archives: January 2021

Security as a Patriarchal Structure

By Amber Malone “Without a feminist perspective, policymakers will be limited in their capability to address the needs of insecure populations, and women – especially asylum-seeking women – will continue to be disproportionately impacted by violence.” In the piece that … Continue reading

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Human rights and democracy in the covid-19 era: experience from Republic of Moldova

By Sorina Pinzaru In this short article, student guest contributor Sorina Pinzaru reflects on the declaration of a State of Emergency in the Republic of Moldova during the covid era, and the ramification same has had for human rights and … Continue reading

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What the world can learn from scenes at the United States Capitol Today, January 06, 2021 as Electoral College Votes are counted

By Matthew Nyanplu Angry mobs, mainly pro Trump supporters today stormed the United States Capitol as Electoral College Votes are being counted to certify Democratic Joe Biden’s win of the US Elections of November 03, 2020. Mr Trump has not … Continue reading

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