ICJ: Ruling on Jadhav Case has Waving Impact

DAWN – After long deliberation over the facts of the case the International Court of Justice unanimously ruled in favour of India. During a press conference three of the 15 judges formed a panel to further discuss the verdict concerning Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav’s retrial. At the conference, Dalveer Bhandari stated that the court decided in favour of India on the grounds that the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR) superseded the 2008 bilateral treaty between Pakistan and India, the Agreement on Consular Access. Meaning that Pakistan did in fact violate Article 36 of the VCCR which required Pakistan to allow … Continue reading ICJ: Ruling on Jadhav Case has Waving Impact

China More Concerned With Flip-Flops Than Bombs

BREITBART – In a press conference on Saturday, the IPC confronted the delegate of China with his trash-talking of his colleagues, as he was on record with statements such as “Ukraine flip-flops so much he should start his own shoe company.” These inflammatory statements have hurt the credibility and have exposed the weaknesses in China’s ethics, further emphasizing the importance that P5 members, such as the leader of the Western world the United States, plays in this committee. Unchecked power used by China will result in destructive resolutions that will threaten the sovereignty of Member States in the global community. … Continue reading China More Concerned With Flip-Flops Than Bombs

The Jadhav Case: A Verdict has been made

DER SPIEGEL –  Three judges from the International Court of Justice have discussed their verdict at the press conference. The judges of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Dalveer Bhandari, Giorgio Gaja and James Crawford have been put on the spot, and they faced some challenging questions. To recap, the Jadhav Case was a legal dispute between India and Pakistan. Indian national Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav was sentenced to death in a Pakistani military court. India had requested consular access as a response, and Pakistan consistently ignored the former’s 16 requests. India believed that Pakistan violated Article 36 of the Vienna … Continue reading The Jadhav Case: A Verdict has been made

Suspicions Arise Over Origin of Silver Sheath Slime Mold Blight

REUTERS – Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) scientists working to address the massive Silver Silt Sheath Slime Mold (SSSSM) blight that has been decimating the food supplies of the developing world have made a groundbreaking discovery. While examining the mechanism … Continue reading Suspicions Arise Over Origin of Silver Sheath Slime Mold Blight

Trump Tweets Response to ‘Global Crop Plague’

BREITBART – In response to the recent developments of the effects of genetically modified crops (GMO), President Donald Trump has tweeted his sympathies for the global south. The current talks in the General Assembly (GA) and Commission on Science and … Continue reading Trump Tweets Response to ‘Global Crop Plague’

“The Next Global Food Crisis:” U.N. Official Offers Warnings Over Southeast Asian Blight

REUTERS – Food prices have been increasing in the Thai capital following a trend affecting other Southeast Asian countries. This past weekend, prices on staples, including rice and corn, have increased by 66%, causing worry that the crisis will only … Continue reading “The Next Global Food Crisis:” U.N. Official Offers Warnings Over Southeast Asian Blight

Pakistani Rupee Plummets After Security Council Proposes Trade Restrictions in Response to Nuclear Heist

FINANCIAL TIMES – After the nuclear heist in Pakistan two days ago, the UN Security Council proposed to temporarily cut off all international trade in the region in order to make sure that the missile would be unable to leave … Continue reading Pakistani Rupee Plummets After Security Council Proposes Trade Restrictions in Response to Nuclear Heist

“Casual Racism” or Just Celebrating History? It Depends Who You Ask.

THE GUARDIAN – After comments were made by the delegate of the United Kingdom, it appears as though, while they never lived through it, the delegate of the United Kingdom looks back fondly on their country’s sometimes troubling past. While observing the proceedings in the Commission on Science and Technology for Development and asking questions of the delegates, the United Kingdom approached a group of nations – many of which are former colonies – and wedged their way into a conversation between the reporter from The Guardian and the delegate of the Dominican Republic and talked of their nostalgia for … Continue reading “Casual Racism” or Just Celebrating History? It Depends Who You Ask.