The severity of human rights violations demands an international diplomatic effort to establish humane governance in Eritrea.
Continue reading International Neglect and the Collapse of Eritrean Rights
The legitimacy of US foreign policy hinges on correcting ongoing domestic racial disparities.
Continue reading A More Perfect Union: Black Lives and Foreign Policy
Lacking accountability, proper indicators, or binding implementation mechanisms, the new Sustainable Development Goals are unlikely to be achieved.
Continue reading Sustainable Development: Rich Does Not Mean Ready
Washington must intervene politically in Yemen before extremists gain a foothold amidst the chaos.
Continue reading Yemen in Flames: Why the US Needs to Stop Supporting Saudi War Crimes
Today, dozens of countries deserve a “middle power” status, which makes the question of what power is, and who has it particularly important.
Continue reading Thinking Like Thatcher: Against Regional Representation in UNSC
Abstention would take a major step towards ending an out-dated policy that undermines US interests in Latin America.
Continue reading Why the US Shouldn’t Vote on the UN Cuba Resolution
Expansion of permanent membership – and an even and fair distribution of veto power – is necessary to bring about meaningful reform to the Security Council. Continue reading Long Overdue: Reforming the UN Security Council
Puneet Brar examines the challenges facing the global community in the wake of the IPCC’s report on climate change. She advocates a de-politicization of the issue, as it is overshadowing the dangers and intricacies of the issue.
Continue reading No Ambiguity over Climate Change
The immense scale of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa can be attributed to poor local governance.
Continue reading The Myth of International Indifference