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?
What do Alaska’s indigenous communities have to do with global affairs? According to Shauna Hegna, a lot. … More Shauna Hegna on How Local Communities Can Benefit from a Globalized World
From India to the U.S., Annie May Byrne Noonan looks at the world’s most dangerous places to be female. … More The Most Dangerous Places for Women in 2018
As Erdogan begins another term as Turkey’s president, he shouldn’t overlook an unexpected path to power and prosperity: environmental reform. … More Why Turkey Should Make Environmental Reform a Priority
A controversial 2016 deal between Turkey and the E.U. has slowed the flow of refugees to Europe. But as recent violence in Greece reminds us, the crisis is far from over. … More Note to Brussels: The Refugee Crisis Isn’t Over Yet.
U.S. foreign policy is in flux. Sudha David-Wilp helps break it down in the first edition of Raising Debate. … More Sudha David-Wilp on the Changing Face of U.S. Foreign Policy
There’s an awkward alliance emerging in the Middle East. What will it mean for peace in the region? … More Israel and Saudi Arabia’s Budding Romance