As protests against Belarusian President Lukashenko continue, Anna Nadibaidze argues that the EU should take a stronger stance to support the opposition. … More Belarus is at a Crossroads. Europe Should Support the Side of Democracy.
In the midst of the pandemic, Macron and Merkel have come together on an EU recovery plan. Ronja Ganster explains why Franco-German collaboration shouldn’t end there. … More Can the Pandemic Revive Relations Between Macron and Merkel?
Trump’s track record on human rights may be setting some dangerous precedents. … More Can Human Rights Recover from Trump?
As India begins its six-week long general election, Arti Lad warns of the dangers of a Hindu nationalist government. … More Why a Hindu Nationalist Government is a Threat to India’s Democracy
95 percent of peacekeeping forces are men. Renee Coulouris explains why this is a problem and what we can do about it. … More Why We Need More Women in Peacekeeping
Big tech is engaged in a complex balancing act between principles and profits. … More What Does it Cost to Increase Users? Some Free Speech.
What’s keeping women from taking the top leadership positions at international institutions? Former Diversity Adviser for the European Commission explains. … More Thinam Jakob on Diversity Quotas and Women’s Leadership at International Institutions
While Americans continue to grapple with the impact of #MeToo, Latin America is building its own movement against gender violence. … More Can Latin America’s #MeToo Movement Save Women’s Lives?
Is Margot Wallström missing the point of the U.N.’s Women, Peace and Security agenda? … More What Sweden’s Feminist Foreign Minister Gets Wrong About Women, Peace and Security
This week marks 73 years since the U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Olive Lineham reminds us about the lessons we seem to have forgotten. … More 73 Years Since the Atomic Bombings, Have We Forgotten the Lessons We Learned?