On January 28 this year, over 120 thousand South Korean citizens rallied for a massive protest targeting legislation of of a ban on forced religious conversion so that a legal framework could be established to properly serve justice on violent crimes in the name of religion.
At a time when the world is wondering how to make sense of sharp swings in foreign policy, the two Koreas’ historic rapprochement must mean a great sense of relief for anyone who cares about peace.
The sense of insecurity is most acutely felt In America. The fact that former FBI Chief James Comey has come out openly to say that his serving President is “morally unfit” for office says a lot about how the line has been drawn between those who want to stay in power and those who think that the direction America is heading is wrong.
Amidst palpable euphoria at India hosting the heads of all 10 Asean countries as guests of honour at its Republic Day ceremonial parade, preceded a day earlier by an ASEAN-India summit celebrating the silver anniversary of their relationship, India needs to shed its
The Loikaw Township’s judge dismissed a charge against three men, including Khun Bee Du, chairman of the Kayan National Party, under the Peaceful Assembly and Procession Law when they faced their second trial on January 23.
The accused persons were the leaders of more than 700 people who marched toward the court handling the case of five Karenni men who staged a protest against the Tatmadaw’s alleged execution of four people.
The concept that human beings should be equal is very old. It was the fight against injustice and inequality between the French royalty and the citizens that drove the 18th century intellectual Jean-Jacques Rousseau to write “Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains.”