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Interview with Professor Sonke Neitzel

By Taryana Odayar. This week, the Beaver sat down with renowned academic and Professor of International History at the LSE, Dr. Sonke Neitzel, as we explored the history, changing social attitudes and contemporary politics of Remembrance Day. Dr. Neitzel is…

Interview with Zekar L. Payweyne II: “I Am A Liberian, Not A Virus”

By Taryana Odayar. It isn’t everyday that you come across a youth activist who is so passionate about his cause that he is willing to found an NGO, create a movement against electoral violence, and organize a national peace march,…

Humanitarian Intervention : International Law and the lessons learnt from Afghanistan

By Taryana Odayar. To intervene or not to intervene? That is the question. Or, in other words, do we trample over another country’s sovereignty in order to satisfy our ideals of self-defence and save civilian lives? In order to find…

The Syrian Dilemma: A fragmented National Identity

By Taryana Odayar As the number of refugees leaving Syria continues to swell, political analysts are touting the Syrian War as the harbinger of one of the greatest refugee crises in human history since the Second World War. But this…

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