The Global Forum at UCSD hosts panelists discussing various important issues. This week, they discussed the consequences of the next four years regarding the aftermath of the election of Donald Trump.
Staff Writer Zaid Mansuri analyzes the effects of the buy-one-give-one business model on target developing regions
By Tessa Houwing Staff Writer Imagine the United Nations doing research on Santa’s elves in relation to human rights. Your first thought is probably something along the lines of: why […]
Senior Editor Nick Vacchio, in a piece originally published in The UCSD Guardian, explains why Proposition 64 should pass.
Editor in Chief Omkar Mahajan describes the ongoing situation pertaining to the Buddhist architecture of Mes Aynak and it’s possible demolition by a Chinese Mining Company.
As mass influxes of immigrants seek haven in European countries, free movement and the infamous Schengen agreement are threatened.
On May 22, 2014, the Royal Thai Army successfully seized control of the Thai government, under the claim that that its actions would keep citizens safe and restore order to a country mired in chaos. This was the 10th time Thailand’s constitution was suspended since 1932 (“Thailand Military Seizes Power in Coup”). However, reports of human rights violations committed against non-violent demonstrators marching in protest of the new regime’s authoritarian rule, suggest that the military junta is acting out of its own self-interest rather than for the good of its citizens. The new government has proven its willingness to go to great lengths to retain its power.