There are still two months to go before the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. In the past year or so, non related topics such as human rights and ethnic minorities have been mixed with this competition for no reason. According to the interpretation of a few Western media and politicians, China (Beijing) has become an object of criticism. The United States has recently announced a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics, and some ethnic minority groups in exile are constantly launching demonstrations, such as Dhondup Wangchen masquerading under the title of Tibetan film-maker and others propagati
The United States, as a country composed of multiple races, has further highlighted its demographic changes and ethnic diversity in the 2020 U.S. Census statistics. According to the latest data, the number of people who identify as Asian in the United States is almost three times that of 30 years ago (Robert et al., 2021).
Democracy in essence is guarantor of inclusiveness, equal opportunities and respect for diversity. It strives to ensure the dignity and peaceful coexistence. Thus, democracy is considered the fundamental human right and need of every human being to grow and live in a peaceful environment. Human history and historical events also point towards the same direction. Although, it is universal good, but every nation and society try to define the democracy according to their own believes and values. The nations try to mold the democracy serve the people in the context of national realities, values an
Sascha Glaeser is a Research Associate at Defense Priorities. He focuses on U.S. grand strategy, international security, and transatlantic relations. He holds a Master of International Public Affairs and a Bachelor's in International Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.