Written by Maddie Bridge-Davies US-Iran negotiations continue as Covid-19 supplies are blocked by sanctions The fourth round of talks over President Joe Biden’s bid to re-join the Iran nuclear deal wrapped up in Vienna on 7th May. Senior officials from Russia, Germany, China, Iran, Britain and France hope to reach an agreement by 22nd May,… Read More US Economic Sanctions Cripple Iran’s Pandemic Response
Written by Oliver Toms Over 535 civilians have been killed by Government security forces after the military assumed power following a coup on 1st February. A wave of pro-democracy protests have been suppressed by government security forces, with government forces shooting directly at protesters with live ammunition in over 40 locations. Government security forces fired… Read More Myanmar Risks Civil War as Military Government Attacks Pro-Democracy Protesters
Written by Maddie Bridge-Davies So-called ‘Kill the Bill’ protests have been sweeping the country in response to the government’s controversial new crime bill. Activists gathered in Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle and Dorset over the Easter bank holiday weekend, and more than 100 people were arrested at a protest in central London. So what is the Bill… Read More Does the New Crime Bill Stifle Our Right to Protest?