Aylin is working on a Hon. B.A in International Relations and Peace, Conflict, and Justice Studies at the University of Toronto. She works as a compliance analyst for the G20 Research Group and as a civil society analyst for the G8 Research Group. She also volunteers with several global health NGOs, and serves on the executive board of a student group dedicated to global healthcare advocacy. Her research interests include security, counter-terrorism, conflict recovery, and state-building in the Middle East and North Africa. In writing, she hopes to make security and defense issues accessible to readers, and empower youth to take an interest in international relations by offering a balanced perspective on international affairs.
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UN Report highlights Canada’s successes and failures in protecting indigenous peoples’ rights

Aylin Manduric summarises and evaluates Canada’s recent efforts towards the protection of Aboriginal peoples’ rights.

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Thirty Years of Pain: International Stop Torture Campaign Aims to Hold Governments Accountable for Treatment of Detainees

Aylin Manduric discusses the current state of torture in light of new report and program aimed against the practice from Amnesty International

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Economic Growth in the DPRK: What Private Sector?

Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital city, is quickly becoming the playground of the world’s most isolated country. Despite sanctions banning imports and financial transactions into North Korea, third-party companies and Chinese middle-men ensure that shop fronts are kept stocked with a variety of foreign and luxury goods. The city itself has been restructured as well, with Read More…