All posts tagged: Fatima Musab

Multinational Companies and their Feigned ‘Support’ for the Environment

Introduction The UN COP26 Climate Change Conference is being discussed extensively, with analysts speculating over possible successes and some preparing the world for yet another failed UN conference. While the problems related to the environment and climate change have become widely accepted, a clear solution has yet to be found as countries and companies put […]

Abortion in the USA

Abortion rights in the USA are being debated once again centering around Texas which has put forward a law which will stop women from getting an abortion after 6 weeks. Apart from the time limit, another controversial aspect of this law is the allowance of private citizens, as opposed to state officials, to bring cases […]

Istanbul Canal & the Montreux Convention: A Case for US Influence

In June of this year, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the first step towards his move to build the “Canal Istanbul” project, announcing that this was a “new page today in Turkey’s development history…We see this as a project to save the future of Istanbul.” (Source) His self-proclaimed “crazy” plan surfaced a decade ago, but it hasn’t been […]

Discrimination: A Systemic Issue

“It’s not just a matter of changing the laws and it’s not going to be just fixed by waiting for the next generation to be born,” she said. “….There’s this idea that discrimination is caused by bad people but actually it’s really embedded in our system.” A quote by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins.

Trump or Biden: Neither Makes Capitalism Worthy of our Allegiance

The last year has made one thing very clear- Capitalism and Democracy are delusions, which have failed the world. The Capitalist system, which values profit over its citizens’ well-being has created a situation where the healthcare systems, among other things, were unable to care for the population. Unemployment increased, the inequality between the classes rose, […]