North American policy and rhetoric against own indigenous groups and ‘the war on terror’ resembles that of the Chinese government towards civilians in Xinjiang region.
Citizens of some developing nations have more faith in cryptocurrencies than their national currencies, despite them being banned in one country and forced upon the population in another, while at the same time accused of being illicit financial tools.
It’s been claimed that an Italian friar wrote about the existence of “lands beyond the Atlantic Ocean” over a century before Christopher Columbus arrived in America.
On the day celebrating Columbus, we can question whether it matters which European arrived to America first, as it had already been discovered by the people inhabiting it.
Opposition party Inuit Ataqatigiit won Greenland’s elections and will take charge of a new government that looks forward to negotiations with global superpowers.
International climate action fails to include women in the decision making, despite women often being much more vulnerable to climate change than men. Why is it necessary for this to change?
UN report showcases that many of indigenous peoples still struggle to maintain or gain their legal rights to territories they live in.
With Western countries primarily looking to supply their own with vaccine doses, China, India and Russia have scored diplomatic points by distributing their vaccines globally.