Recalibrating our Multilateral System of Governance

Glass Ceilings in Cracked InstitutionsFor the first time in history, a woman and African citizen is currently serving as the leader of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Dr. Okonjo-Iweala assumed her post on the 1st of March, immediately being catapulted to the forefront of international news for the historic and glass ceiling-shattering nature of her … Continue reading Recalibrating our Multilateral System of Governance

Green Pass Viewed as a Red Flag for Eurosceptics

After the end of World War I and II, Western Europe began to witness and experience the spread of democratic regimes throughout, moving further past liberal motivations and towards better established democratic governmental frameworks. As nationalism became discredited, authoritarianism became detested, the drive for the free market and an open international network of trade and … Continue reading Green Pass Viewed as a Red Flag for Eurosceptics

COVID-19 Health Crisis and the European Court of Human Rights

Last year the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on certain issues strongly connected with the Covid-19 Health Crisis in some relevant decisions. The plaintiffs, indeed, were complaining about the violation of several articles of the European Convention on Human Rights in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Convention on Human Rights violation in this case-law was affecting, essentially, the Right … Continue reading COVID-19 Health Crisis and the European Court of Human Rights