President-elect Joe Biden will inherit from the Trump administration a limping immigration system, which he has promised to reform. What changes can we expect? And how likely are they to materialise?
Sono passati più di cento giorni dall’inizio delle proteste contro il regime corrotto di Aleksandr Lukašenko. Ed ancora adesso, a dispetto della stanchezza, del sopraggiungere dell’inverno, della pandemia e dell’alta probabilità di essere malmenati, detenuti o fatti sparire, centinaia di persone ogni domenica a Minsk scendono in piazza a protestare.
Boris Johnson recently announced an extra £16.5 billion in defence spending. Could this indicate a foreign policy strategy is beginning to be developed?
“Impunity and human rights cannot coexist”. These are the words of Thomas Andrews, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, used to describe the mounting perilous situation in a particular state of the southeast Asian country, Rakhine.
Does Biden’s presidency put the UK in a better position to secure a post-Brexit US trade deal, or was Trump better for Johnson?
Sacha Baron Cohen has produced a diverse roster of outrageous characters, storylines and documentaries. While the projects are laced with social and political commentary, can they qualify as political activism?
No Brexit deal equals no cooperation on security matters. Both the UK and the EU will lose a valuable partner in information sharing and security measure, but is one of the two going to lose more?
Migration sees the emergence of slave networks from Libya to Italy, continuing to threaten the security of many trapped in exploitative ploys.
With Boris Johnson’s British government once again threatening to take part in illegal actions, how can the UK be trusted and will they really end up with a No-Deal Brexit?
Although there has been history of hacking activity especially from Russia, the new report released by Microsoft shows that hacking by nation-state actors has become more prominent than ever, especially from Russia.