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?
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
Windrush isn’t just a “scandal.” It’s part of the U.K.’s ongoing mistreatment of immigrants and asylum seekers. … More Why We Should Stop Calling Windrush a ‘Scandal’