Will Putin’s fourth term hold any surprises? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More Russia Has Elected ‘Putin 4.0.’ But Don’t Expect an Upgrade.
Across North America, indigenous women experience high rates of violence. Can campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp provide a model for change? … More The Indigenous Women #MeToo and #TimesUp Have Left Behind
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Madeline McSherry looks at 8 victories for women in foreign policy from the past year. … More 8 Wins for Women in Foreign Policy
Looking to try your hand at writing op-eds? Here are seven tips to get you published. … More 7 Tips for Writing Strong Political Op-eds
Do we have what it takes to end slavery by 2030? Symone Clark explains. … More To End Modern Slavery, We’ll Need More than Good Intentions
Think sports and politics can’t mix? This year’s Winter Olympics shows why they should, writes Annie May Byrne Noonan. … More Can the Winter Olympics Help Thaw Global Relations?
Davos may be more diverse, but what does it mean for gender equality around the world? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More How the World Economic Forum is Tackling Gender Equality—And Why It’s Not Enough
Is a diplomatic crisis a good time to rethink your national brand? Qatar certainly thinks so, writes Kristin Eggeling. … More What A Mural in Qatar Says About Qatar-Gulf Relations
Madeline McSherry explains what Trump’s insulting comments say about Western media bias. … More The Colonial Origins of Trump’s Remarks on Africa
Annie May Byrne Noonan warns that ignoring the peninsula could have fatal consequences. … More Why We Should All be Worried About Crimea