Aukus - the agreement that can change the global security situation

According to the UK, the security pact Aukus will contribute to increased security for the country and create hundreds of new jobs. Photo: 12019/10259 images. Source: Pixabay.

Of: Myra Pernvall

In September this year, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States went public with the countries forming a new security pact called Aukus. The vision of the agreement is to establish peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. At the same time, most countries have clearly expressed their disapproval and it can be questioned whether Aukus is really stabilizing the global security situation - or whether the pact will lead to the opposite.

December 17, 2021, FUF-correspondents, Reconnaissance

Debaters demand more international cooperation

Dealing with major forest fires and climate change requires more international cooperation, according to several debaters.

Of: Filippa Dyrefors

Many worried voices have been heard in connection with the ongoing fires in Australia and the recent UN climate summit in Madrid. This has given rise to a debate about climate change and who actually bears the ultimate responsibility in global climate work.

January 8, 2020, Current debate