“I know how to cook. I know how to clean. And also I know how to talk. And I know how to think, how to organize and how to fight.”
Laws are supposed to solve problems, not create them. Laws are supposed to provide clarity and objectivity, not create ambiguous uncertainties leading to questionable justice.
Somalia’s lack of established central government since the fall of Siad Barre’s socialist government in 1991 has earned it the title of #1 on the Failed State Index.
Violence erupted in Ukraine on Wednesday night, with dozens of killed and injured reported, following the breaking of a brief ceasefire. But why?
The execution of Zeng Chengjie casts new doubts on the legitimacy of government operations in China and further problematises the state of home affairs and adherence to human rights.
The Earth’s oceans are warming rapidly, absorbing about 90 percent of the heat created by anthropogenic climate change.
At least 125 million women and girls have undergone female genital mutilation in Africa and the Middle East, according to a UNICEF report issued on Monday.
Kenya’s Constitution permits access to safe abortion, yet Kenyan women still resort to unsafe methods of termination with countless women dying as a consequence.
We need to be more ambitious, to go beyond simply producing more. We need to produce more of what’s good.
If the Winter Olympics were held in Sochi, Russia in 2050, the climate wouldn’t be reliably cold enough to successfully host the games.