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Multilateralism is the Key to the Biden Administration’s Saudi Relationship

Prior to his election, US President Joe Biden promised a tougher stance on Saudi Arabia, calling the Middle Eastern country a pariah over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Canceling pending arms sales to the Saudis suggested that Biden would make good on his promise to reorient relations with Riyadh. However, the release of a…

What Meghan and Harry’s Royal Split Can Teach Us About International Negotiation

Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah exposed deep rifts between the young royals and Buckingham Palace over their treatment as part of the British Royal Family and their subsequent departure from royal duties. What lessons can international negotiators learn from the acrimonious circumstances surrounding the royal split?

The Cost of Leaving: The Afghan Human Rights Dilemma

While there are numerous ways to evaluate the defensibility of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the detrimental effect it could have on human rights is tragically neglected. A full withdrawal before the May 1 deadline risks imperiling the significant gains made by vulnerable demographics and increasing the risk of indiscriminate violence. As the Biden administration seeks to restore US global leadership by promoting democratic values, a hasty departure does nothing to advance this goal. It is imperative that the United States maintains its current troop levels in Afghanistan until a peace accord between the Taliban and the current Afghan government is finalized.

Erin Go Bragh:

An Argument for a United Ireland The year is 1166 and King Dermot MacMurrough of Leinster just lost his kingdom and was exiled from Ireland. He allied with the British and won back the kingdom the following year. However, by doing so, he inadvertently opened the door for 850 years of British rule in Ireland…

Biden’s Peninsula: A Korea Policy Outline for a New Administration

Among the variety of foreign policy challenges the new Biden administration faces, effectively coordinating a policy toward the Korean peninsula is a critical challenge. After all, the peninsula is home to a key adversary and ally. North Korea The biggest issue inherited by the Biden administration is unraveling the personalized approach to North Korea favored…

Y7 Statement on COVID-19

By Charged Affairs Editors | April 15, 2020 |

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy is acting as host for this year’s Y7 summit. Youth delegates from all seven countries prepared a statement for G7 representatives, published in its entirety below, articulating a strong call to action from their generation to the leaders of the world’s most powerful nations.

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