Human Rights Weekly Round-up | May | Week 1 | 2019

As Cyclone Fani finally leaves, life in Orissa far from normal with no electricity most of the day in many places; little water and barely any connectivity. Click to Read – Economics Times New Anti- gay crackdown in Russia’s Chechnya as police reported to have carried out a rigorous round of unlawful detentions, beatings, and … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | May | Week 1 | 2019

North Korea – US Summit: Has North Korea turned a corner or is it just a ruse?

On 12 June 2018, a near- impossible historic event took place, when the leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea and the United States of America met at Capella Hotel in Singapore. The agenda of the meeting was to restore peace between the two countries and in the Korean Peninsula removal of Nuclear … Continue reading North Korea – US Summit: Has North Korea turned a corner or is it just a ruse?

America’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital: History & Repercussions

The recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by the American President Donald Trump and shifting America’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, has raised more tension in the already disturbed Middle East rendering U.S.A. the first country to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Genesis of Israel In order to understand the … Continue reading America’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital: History & Repercussions