Five Cases of Oppression in Around the World, 2020

The places some call home often are synonymous with the very places they fear and are burdened by. Oppression is unique to each person, and the perception and its effects are wholly different and varied from place to place. What remains common, however, is the recurrent theme of the remembrance that one does not quite […]

The Ministry of Justice and Its Issue with Religious Rights in South Korea

This week, South Korea reported a record low of local infections at just four cases, a drastic improvement from February when the infection surged to 900 cases a day, leading President Moon Jae-in to issue the “highest alert” to contain the virus. However, while the South Korean government is receiving praise for its handling of […]