12 years after the uprisings in Syria, the Arab League is about to admit the Syrian regime back into the fold of the organisation. This has been endorsed especially by the Saudi and Emirati regimes, who have pressured the organisation to bring back the Syrian regime. These two regimes are said to potentially be interested […]
On the 30th of September, the Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration published a status report of the so-called integration barometer. The integration barometer was published in 2012, and is intended to show development in integration of non-Western immigrants within objectives such as work, education, and language. After 10 years with these objectives as a […]
On the 24th of August, a commission called “The Commission for the forgotten women’s’ struggle” assigned by the Danish government, published nine points to combat what has been coined in Danish politics as “negative social control”. The proposition, that received the most attention and heated debate in Danish media and on social media, was the […]
On Tuesday, the 3rd of May 2022, the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi was welcomed in Copenhagen for the first visit of an Indian representative to Denmark in 20 years. He was first received by the Danish royal family, and the next day attended the India-Nordic Summit hosted by the Danish prime minister with representation […]
As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the world of sports is filled with statements of support for Ukraine and boycotting of Russian participation. This has been seen across various sports and led by various sports organizations. Major football federations such as FIFA and UEFA have suspended all Russian teams and all Russian […]
According to the official websites of the Danish Parliament and Ministry of Justice, negotiations will be held between the party leaders of the Danish parliament with several ministers, discussing self-censorship and freedom of expression in the field of education. The government has convened negotiations starting on February 11th. The debate is targeted specifically at teaching […]
It has become a tradition in the Emirates to perform massive, expensive shows every time the Gregorian New Year is celebrated. In the large cities of the UAE, concerts, parades and shows with drones and fireworks are breaking records in terms of the money spent and the amount of fireworks used. At Burj Khalifa in […]
The Danish population’s view of integration is distorted and distant from reality. This is the conclusion from a recent study that was made in a collaboration between the Danish newspaper Mandag Morgen, the Danish Knowledge Center for Integration and two researchers from Aalborg University. The survey is based on interviews with 2,015 people and was […]
The Danish government has agreed to send barbed wire fences to Lithuania, in a deal with the Lithuanian government to enforce Lithuanian border control. This will contribute to the construction of the border fence to be built on the border between Lithuania and Belarus, which is the EU’s outer border from East.
Following the withdrawal of the warmongering US and Western states from Afghanistan, a huge debate has been raised in the Western countries regarding Afghan refugees. Those who are currently in the West and those who have fled the country in recent months are in a situation where they are left to themselves under dire circumstances […]
The Hungarian government has passed a new law banning the sharing of material and teachings about LGBT to children under the age of 18, in education, films and commercials. The Hungarian government has faced subsequent, harsh criticism from countries in Western Europe.
On the 6th of June, the activist twin siblings Muna and Muhammad al-Kurd, from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem were arrested and detained by the Zionist occupation. Muna al-Kurd was arrested after a police raid in her home in Sheikh Jarrah.
According to the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende, the Danish Minister of Integration and Migration, Mattias Tesfaye and the Minister of Development, Flemming Møller Mortensen, signed two co-operation agreements with the Rwandan government on asylum and migration co-operation, following a visit to Rwanda.
Last week on the 4th of March, the Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, as well as the Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, went abroad on a trip to visit Benjamin Netanyahu in Palestine, in pursuit of buying Coronavirus-vaccines and to discuss a future cooperation in terms of production and distribution of the vaccine. The Zionist occupation […]