Covid-19 and Politics: How the Great has Fallen

By: Wai Tun Naing (Left-leaning Moderate) The world has gone upside down. The virus has gone uncontrolled. Millions have died. And the so-called best country in the world, the United States, has fallen on its knees. But whose fault is that? When we cannot possibly decide which side is responsible without bias, it is evident that politics is the one to blame for the current … Continue reading Covid-19 and Politics: How the Great has Fallen

And that’s the tea: Comparing and Contrasting Democratic Movements in Hong Kong and the US

2020 is a level pulled out of the world of Jumanji, literally. In just the first half of the year, an entire continent was on fire, a pandemic broke out, invasive murder hornets were found on the continental US, the existence of UFOs was–for the first time–confirmed by government officials, and the established social order seemed to be on the brink of collapse. What’s next? … Continue reading And that’s the tea: Comparing and Contrasting Democratic Movements in Hong Kong and the US