International Relations Pacific Politics South Asia

Myanmar’s Controversial Elections and the Bleak Role of the Developed World

Myanmar amidst decades-long ethnic crises and military rule is going to witness the next election of schedule on 8 November 2020. Historically, it will be the second election after the historic victory of democracy over the 50 years of military rule. It seems that instead of making this election inclusive for all ethnicities, the International community is supporting the Myanmar government in its hostile steps. The current bleak picture of Myanmar’s ethnic crises and the crucial role of the West in the recent election has shocked the world. It is a need of an hour for the West and international institutions to support Rohingya to get their electoral rights to mitigate the ethnic crises through free and fair elections.

Foreign Policy International Relations

UNGA2020: A Review of 75th Session of the General Assembly

This year’s annual session of the United States Generally Assembly may be the most important one since its inception. The state nations have never been more collected towards a global cause as they are now due to the Pandemic. The international events that unfolded after the outbreak of the virus put the entire global order in perspective.