Alina Minhas

Ms Alina Minhas is a student of International Relations at Kinnaird College for Women University.

Navigating Bosnia’s Possible Entry into the European Union

Written by Duaa Ayaz Alina Minhas 1:52 pm

On 15th December 2022, Bosnia finally achieved candidate status for EU membership – the first step in a long and complex journey of EU accession that the country embarked on back in 2016. There’s a cry of jubilation in the Balkan state and euphoric optimism for a prosperous future. However, entry into the EU won’t be plain sailing for a country clogged up with a tripartite presidency, ethnic dissonance, legislative gridlocks, and numerous other challenges. The 14-point Copenhagen Criteria, followed by 35 chapters of the EU acquis, must be implemented by Bosnia to secure a permanent place in the EU.
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Black Feminism in Latin America

Written by Alina Minhas 8:11 pm

Prominent in political and social contexts, Latin American feminism is defined by the marginalization of native populations, colonialism, and the enslavement of African people. In Latin America, different forms of discrimination are often connected to gender-based violence.
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South Korea’s Chaebol Challenge: Are Family-Businesses Creating Inequalities?

Written by Alina Minhas 8:30 pm

South Korea’s exceptional growth and economic development can be mainly attributed to the chaebols. A chaebol is a family-run business conglomerate that demonstrates considerable political power and influence. While it has brought investment and spurred economic growth, the chaebol system has also prompted socio-economic inequality. Alina Minhas considers it important for the South Korean government to introduce and implement laws, reforms and policies that bring about competition and justice.
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Will China’s Deadening Heatwaves Bring Its GDP Down?

Written by Alina Minhas Amna Asif 12:53 pm

China’s recent blistering experience with heatwaves has made it difficult for the country to resolve the energy crisis. The demand for power has escalated to unprecedented heights mainly due to the unrelenting heatwaves. Alina Minhas and Amna Asif believe that this heatwave may negatively impact crop yields and hydroelectricity generation, thus damaging the country’s GDP.
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