This analysis introduces a brief history of Rwanda, in the belief that knowledge about a state’s past helps to elucidates its present. The article concludes with an analysis of the UK-Rwanda partnership in this historical context, asking whether this is a partnership that will really benefit Rwanda.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has not ceased its nuclear activity since its first testing in 2006. Since then, the United Nations Security Council has drafted multiple sanctions to prevent North Korea from testing its nuclear arsenal. This article debates whether international intervention can be effective or not in stopping North Korea’s nuclear activity.
The current security challenges that the European Union is facing in light of the war in Ukraine oblige it to rethink its definitions of security and defence. Often ignored in these debates is the fact that the EU has an own mutual defence tool at its disposal, similar to the one established through NATO.
The great pollution from cargo ships ruins the marine environment and causes death; more attention is now paid to the damage caused by the transport of goods, by searching for alternative ways to make travel more sustainable.
LGBTQ+ individuals face numerous challenges all over the world, however, it must be said that these challenges are more acute in Nigeria. While other countries on the continent, such as Cape Verde and South Africa have taken steps towards the inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community, Nigeria has done the opposite.
South Africa’s health department is facing a huge amount of comorbidity which has led to the government implementing a Health Promotion Levy. Not only does this benefit the health department but it simultaneously benefits the economic well-being of the country.
The sad situation of the Amazon rainforest, from the green lung of the planet to a source of pollution due to deforestation. Let’s see how banks and hedge funds can stop its destruction before it’s too late.
Massacres and altercations have marked the past three years in Ecuadorian prisons and the State’s actions and policies raise questions.
The right wing has reinvented itself at the global level and its main exponents seem to be aligned. These are some of the characteristics that are repeated among some of the leaders of the wing.
Inflation is a side of the coin all economic operators try to manage and leverage to their advantage. This matter becomes particularly pressing when you are the President of one of the strongest economical forces in the world. However, there are situations not even the most skilled economists can foresee, and drastic measures might need to be put in place to prevent greater damage.