By Jonathan Stutte |
Arms talks between the United States and North Korea have been stalled since February 2019, and now that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declared an end to his self-imposed nuclear weapons and missile testing moratorium there’s little immediate hope for talks to continue.
By Kathryn Urban |
NATO is now five years out from the institution of its women, peace, and security action plan. How has the trans-Atlantic treaty organization pursued the WPS agenda, and what shortcomings still remain?
By Jay Heisler |
It is time for a change in how we talk about mental health in politics. While we have seen great progress, there are lessons in recent scandals and in actions by pundits and journalists that faced no backlash whatsoever.
By Ronmel Navas |
A discussion of the history of tyranny from the Bronze Age of Homer to the contemporary transnational white supremacist factions spreading across the globe.
Religious Organizations Can Help Prevent the Targeting of Asian-Background Individuals during COVID-19
By Coretta Lemaitre |
In several countries, including the United States, Italy, France, Australia, and Russia, civil society groups are reporting COVID-19-related verbal and physical attacks on people of Asian descent. Between March and June, over 2,100 COVID-related hate incidents against Asian Americans were recorded by advocacy groups in the United States. During the pandemic, Asian-background individuals and families…
By Camila Bailey |
America’s immigration problems won’t simply be solved with a new administration or new laws. Progress will rely on a change in the rhetoric and discourse surrounding immigration discussions – a move away from focusing on merit based immigration policy and the concept of immigrants as having or lacking economical value.
By Benjamin Verdi |
Advances in quantum computing stand to revolutionize the way the world does business more than any innovation since the computer itself. The United States needs a coordinated strategy to develop, harness, and secure this game-changing technology.
If the U.S. is serious about reducing cartel violence in Mexico and drug trafficking into the U.S., then it needs to revise its policy away from securitized efforts, like the Mérida initiative, and support efforts for socio-economic development