Russia’s invasion of Ukraine raises several questions pertaining to the provisions of international humanitarian law. In this opinion piece, Staff writer Adrian Kokk argues the importance of spreading awareness about the Russian regime’s possible war crimes in Ukraine from the perspective of International Criminal Law.
Gabriel Boric, a 36-year-old leftist politician, will be the new president of Chile from March 11. But what sets him apart from his predecessors, and why is his electoral win described as “historic”? Read Staff Writer Guery Marañón’s article to find out!
As cities are shelled and a nation is set on fire by the Russian army, there is a great need for orientation in understanding the behavior of the Kremlin. This article by Johannes Malmgren is intended as an attempt at historically situating Russia’s aggression.
On February 24th, Vladimir Putin launched a “special military operation” against Ukraine. Staff writer Magdalena Kamont analyzes what the response has been so far.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, a new possibility of an upheaval of an old conflict might be on the horizon. With it, a threat of war and the resurfacing of an ethnic conflict buried a long time ago. Read staff writer Magdalena Kamont’s take on this here.
For the final installment of SUDAN WEEK, Maha Tambal, Hubert H Humphrey fellow at American University Washington College of Law and scholar with vast experience of projects regarding the Sudanese democratic transition, writes on the challenges of the UNITAMS efforts of facilitating political dialogue.
In the second installment of SUDAN WEEK, journalist Elsadiq Elbidari explains the challenges of the Sudanese media professionals under both the dictatorship and the Transitional Council.
In the first installment of Utblick’s SUDAN WEEK, Sudanese PhD Student and scholar Yasir Zaidan makes the case for a subaltern security approach in the conflict between Sudan and South Sudan.
Staff writer Laurin Zils explores the world of foreign direct investment and discusses possible reasons that governments choose to welcome it, and reasons they shut it out.