by Katerina Karakatsanis Search the Twitter hashtag #TomadeVenezuela (Takeover of Venezuela) and you will see videos and images of Venezuelans protesting the streets yesterday, including the violence that occurred. Venezuela’s divide between President Maduro’s rule and a coalition of opposition … Continue reading Why are people protesting in Venezuela?
By Jacob Lindelöw Berntson With two different commanders claiming they are running the show, who really is in charge of ‘the world’s deadliest terror group’? On 2 August, Islamic State (IS) announced in their newspaper an-Naba that Abu Musab al-Barnawi … Continue reading Who’s in charge of Boko Haram?
By Geoff Moore The “Jungle” camp of Calais, in northern France, was thrust back into the headlines late last month when French President Francois Hollande declared the camp would soon be completely dismantled. This comes about seven months after the … Continue reading Morality and Reality in the Jungle