Self-determination of the peoples in a specific state or land supersedes all historical claims of sovereignty, if it goes contrary to the wishes of the natives. This is the norm governing international law, as defined by the UN Charter and the Geneva Conventions. Anything that goes against this spirit is usually seen as colonization, which is something that is continually being deconstructed after World War II. Continue reading Right to self-determination
Faced a weird DNS issue which involves the custom domain nameservers for this domain this morning. After some troubleshooting and eventually reverting the settings back to default, the blog is apparently working again. I would need to figure out why the blog suddenly stopped working with the custom nameservers, even though I didn’t face any problems earlier.
Here comes the usual introduction:
Welcome to The Other Side Of Me, which will now become a personal blog for everything about me.
Yeah, lame I know. But I couldn’t think of anything else to say.