Author: Neve Walker

International Response Israel-HamasFebruary 2024OpinionMiddle East

Policy Maker’s Motivations for the Continuation of the War in Gaza

Whether it is morally right or wrong for the United States to further support Israel during the Hamas conflict is not for me to decide, yet the fact remains that policy makers are financially benefiting from continued strife and conflict, especially in the Middle Eastern region. Because the United States politicians benefit from increased conflict in that area, the US will continue to aid in the continuation of the war.

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AI2024WorldInternational News

54th World Economic Forum Tackles Climate Change, AI

The 54th annual World Economic Forum occurred in Davos, Switzerland from January 16-19, providing a forum that aimed to “provide a crucial space to focus on the fundamental principles driving trust, including transparency, consistency, and accountability,” the organizers said and as reported by Sustainable Tech Partner. The goal was also to rebuild trust, generate new ideas, and create partnerships to advance solutions to challenges the world faces.

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2023December 2023WorldGlobalWorldInternational NewsMiddle EastHuman Rights Law

Israel Resumes Bombardment of Gaza as Truce Collapses

“Civilians throughout Gaza face grave danger,” Guterres wrote in the letter. “Since the start of Israel’s military operation, more than 15,000 people have reportedly been killed, over 40 per cent of whom were children.”

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2023October 2023International News

Zelenskyy Visits White House in Push for Continued Aid

This is Zelenskyy’s second visit to Washington regarding the war. During this meeting Zelenskyy spent time on Capitol Hill, at the Pentagon, and at the White House. NBC News also states that Zelenskyy met with House members of a bipartisan group, including former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. McCarthy denied the request to address Congress in a “joint session.”

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G20September 20232023International News

G20 Summit Wraps Up in New Delhi

The European Parliament Think Tank mentioned that the G20 leaders have also agreed to triple renewable energy capacity globally by 2030, as well as accept the importance to phase-down the use and manufacturing of coal power. Despite this, they have not provided any plans to fix existing policies to achieve their new targets.

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