This article talks about the role of governance in development. It draws case studies of Botswana and Brazil to uncover the role of leadership and government intervention in development.
International Criminal Law is a category of Public International Law that concerns itself with a group of actions and atrocities that are involved in crimes against humanity, human rights violations, and the violation of International Humanitarian Law. These acts include crimes of aggression, war crimes, as well as genocide. These crimes are considered so gruesome and of direct effect to the international community as to occasion the intervention of the International Community.
This article explores the US’s move to expand the Group of Seven to strengthen its ‘front’ against China. It provides insights into both states’ efforts to maximise foreign support while sharpening their retort against each other. Understanding how alliances are formed by states with multiple and often hidden motives helps to identify and keep up with this latest season of the ‘Game of Thrones’.
The article touches upon how Islam is increasingly considered to be a barbaric, irrational, primitive, sexist and violent religion. The unconscious internalization of a reductionist and monolithic image of “us” and of “them” leads to the exclusion of Muslims from mainstream society and making anti-Muslim hostility seem natural and normal.
This book is just a lead to my idea of economics being made accessible. Author Tim Harford says in the book, “Economics is about people – something that economists have done a very bad job at explaining.”
he article provides a refreshing perspective on the issue of reservations. Reservations in government institutions has been an integral part of our democracy; however, it has failed to make a significant impact on reducing social inequality and uplifting backward communities to realise their full potential.