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
Will Putin’s fourth term hold any surprises? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More Russia Has Elected ‘Putin 4.0.’ But Don’t Expect an Upgrade.
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?
Annie May Byrne Noonan warns that ignoring the peninsula could have fatal consequences. … More Why We Should All be Worried About Crimea
As the year draws to a close, our Editor-in-Chief Madeline McSherry reviews five must-read political books written by women in 2017. … More Editor’s Picks: 5 Must-Read Political Books of 2017
Journalist Ksenia Sobchak has announced her bid for the Russian presidency. But can she win? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More Can a Woman Lead Russia?
In our rush to classify cyber as a security threat, have we lost sight of what’s really going on? Alexandra Vlada debunks three pervasive myths about cyber. … More 3 Myths About the ‘Cyber Threat’
Sanctions against North Korea may not change much, but they tell a lot. Madeline McSherry explains how the latest U.N. resolution signals a rare moment of global unity. … More Sanctions Won’t Stop North Korea’s Nuclear Program. But That’s Not the Point.
North Korea is a serious challenge to global stability. But if we want to do something about it, we’ll need to open up dialogue with Pyongyang—and each other, writes Alexandra V. … More Can North Korea Bring the World Together?
It’s been three years since the fateful downing of MH17, but politics continues to stand in the way of justice, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More MH17, Three Years On: Where Are We Now?