US Economic Sanctions Cripple Iran’s Pandemic Response

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

US withdrawal from Afghanistan signals the war on terror has changed

Written by Robert MacFarlane US President Joe Biden announced this week that troops are to be withdrawn from Afghanistan beginning 1st May, saying in a speech outside the White House, “Its time to end the forever war”. The deadline to complete the withdrawal is 11th September this year, exactly 20 years since the terror attack… Read More US withdrawal from Afghanistan signals the war on terror has changed

Denial and injustice: the continuous fight for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide

Over the decades the Armenian Genocide has been thoroughly researched by historians with their efforts bringing the genocide closer and closer to the public eye. Despite this, the Armenian Genocide still doesn’t receive the attention or recognition it deserves and warrants. The Armenian Genocide 1915-1923 saw the systematic extermination of the Armenian population by Turkish… Read More Denial and injustice: the continuous fight for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide