With summer approaching, tourists’ behavior can sometimes be disrespectful not only towards the country’s culture and its people but also harmful to the animals and environment.
In this fast-paced world, there are many changes that volunteers can instill. Find out why we should all be volunteers to save the world.
In our world today, the significance of the human security and peace paradigm draws heavily on “militarization” – an ideology of power normalizing the use of violence and aggression as a means to address conflict. These ideological manifestations of militarism have advanced militaristic values such as – deliberate and indiscriminate use of physical force, acceptance of hierarchies, and using violence as a legitimate way of resolving conflict in the social, political, and economic domains.
It is no longer news that thirty-six countries of the African Union have ratified the African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) agreement, a free trade area policy founded in 2018 to create a single continental market for goods and services. It promises to enable the free movement of business persons and investments while potentially being the…
Technology is key in the development of virtually all nations of the world. It has contributed immensely to all sectors of the economy, and it is intimately connected with development. It has a historical record of bringing advances that have led to healthier, wealthier, and more productive lives, and is a key ingredient to solutions…
Snakes actually play a much more important role in the ecosystem than you may have previously thought.
Offshore finance and structuring will continue to threaten the public good, nation development, and the world order, unless our leaders in power get serious about curbing its free and devastating reign.
Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have been told to stay home, stay safe, and protect others in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Yet all these prevention methods have indirectly put millions of women and girls into great danger. To them, home has not been a safe place for months, for years….
I can still remember how Shirley Jackson’s short story, “The Lottery”, left in me an indelible horror. First published in the New Yorker after the Second World War, this story gained fame for its shocking twist in depicting the danger of blindly following traditions. Despite being horrified, I am still awed by the author’s masterful…
Malala Yousafzai, the girl who stood up against the Taliban and fought for women’s rights, became the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
Nela Vintrlikova and Suann Kim are high school students in the United States. They attend a high-ranking STEM school in Lawrenceville, Georgia, called Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. Nela is in a rowing team and Suann plays the violin. At first glance, they may seem just like ordinary teenagers, until you uncover their recent creation.