Fire Destroys 2,000 Settlements at Rohingya Refugee Camp
Photo Credit: Mohammad Tauheed By Mihir ShenoyStaff Writer Kutupalong, the world’s largest refugee camp, located in Bangladesh, has once again caught fire. More than 2,000 settlements have been burned to the ground, and approximately 12,000 of the 700,000 Rohingya refugees at this camp have been displaced. Additionally, 21 schools and 35 mosques have been destroyed,…
Op-Ed: Genocide in Xinjiang?: The Complexities of the U.S. State Department’s Declaration
The U.S. State Department recently labeled the Chinese government’s campaign against Uyghur Muslims as a ‘genocide.’ This article seeks to consider whether this campaign satisfies the definition of the term, or perhaps whether this declaration was potentially biased due to international politics.