Human Rights

Examining the Intersection of Women’s Rights Violations and International Law: A Case Study of Iran

The recent escalating tension in West Asia between Israel and Iran has sparked international eyeballs. However, amidst these discussions, the escalating women's rights violations...

It’s Time to Impose Sanctions on Israel

Over the past weeks, we have witnessed Israel's genocide against the Palestinians unfold before our eyes. The extraordinary part here is that Israeli high-ranking officials...

Venezuelan Migrants Flock Through Darién Gap as Funding for Humanitarian Aid Dwindles

The Venezuelan exodus continues. For more than 10 years, Venezuela has been engulfed in a disastrous economic crisis that has driven more than 7.7...

The World Has Stopped Listening: Rohingya Plight Continues

The Rohingya community living in the Cox’s Bazar camps seems to have been trapped in Satan’s trifecta. With dwindling funds and increasing violence in...

The Rohingya Repatriation to Myanmar: The Relevance of the Trilateral Diplomacy

The protracted and deeply troubling Rohingya refugee crisis has engendered a significant strain on Bangladesh, as it grapples with the influx of over one...

Pakistan-Afghanistan Tensions: The Broader Implications

Pakistan’s caretaker government announced that all illegal immigrants on Pakistani soil should leave by Oct. 31, 2023 else they will be expelled on Nov....

Challenging the Misconception and Examining the True Victims in the US-Taliban Accord

The United States exited from Afghanistan in August 2021, amidst the dramatic collapse of the country to the Taliban. This withdrawal was primarily driven...

Pakistan’s Reticence on Uyghur Persecution

On the sidelines of the high-level 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), civil society continued to take a leading role in...

Collective Punishment as a Violation of International Law : The Case of Israel and Eritrea

In the wake of recent clashes between Eritrean asylum seekers and Israeli authorities, the question of whether returning refugees can be considered a form...

Coordinated international efforts in both Myanmar and Bangladesh are required to accelerate Rohingya repatriation

The Rohingya crisis is becoming increasingly complicated.  The number of Rohingyas is increasing every year due to the birth of roughly 35,000 children in...

The Bangladesh Genocide: Exploring a Forgotten Genocide and the Quest for Recognition

In the annals of history, some events leave such unforgettable impressions that they impact the nation through generations. The Bangladesh Genocide, a 20th-century occurrence,...

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What is the Relevance of Networked Deterrence in the Indo-Pacific?

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Why Tajikistan’s Water Matters

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Being Part of the Plan: An Integrated Approach for Global Biological Diversity Conservation

The International Day for Biological Diversity, observed annually on...

What the Caribbean Community’s Diplomatic Reset on Palestinian Statehood Means for the Bloc

Hamas' October 7, 2023 surprise attacks against Israel from...

The Antarctic Region Is Set to Witness More Regulatory Measures

Amidst the evolving landscape of the Antarctic region, characterized...