Staff Writer Meredith Anderson discusses Vietnamese artist Trinh Mai who her recent artwork about Vietnam at UCSD.
By Nishad Maggirwar Staff Writer 1.252 billion people, the population of the ever growing nation of India. With almost 18% of the world’s population residing in India, events that occur […]
By Nick Vacchio Staff Writer Since the dawn of the genre in the 1970s, the tenets of the punk ethos have focused around the rejection of the status quo, the […]
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.
Staff Writer Ariana Criste contrasts Aung San Suu Kyi’s promise to bring democracy to Burma with her inaction in assisting the Rohingya minority.
Staff Writer Omkar Mahajan discusses the tenuous religious divide between Buddhists and Muslims in Mynanmar.
Staff Writer Rebecca Benest discusses modern-day slavery in the illegal fishing trade.