Could the traditional bulwark of Russia’s economy be its undoing?
Rising tensions on the peninsula, combined with the slow-yet-sure expansion of the North’s nuclear capabilities risk a return to the war that has been on hold for over 60 years.
Terrorist groups like the Islamic State have given the intelligence alliance a new raison d’être, but crucial reforms still lay ahead.
Last week, Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for bringing a clock to school. Clearly, children of criminalised minorities do not enjoy the luxury of “youthful innocence.”
We are accustomed to hearing the same news about oil: a disruption of global supplies by members of OPEC lead to an increase in the already soaring prices of oil. Since August of this year, however, the story has changed. Puneet Brar considers the impact of falling oil prices on global affairs.
Last week, a U.S. Court ruled once again against Argentina in the country’s debt-fight against a small group of holdout creditors. This ruling—and past ones on the same issue—are not only misguided, but bad foreign policy.
During his 2008 Presidential Campaign, then-Presidential hopeful Barack Obama assured the American public that the American military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba would be shut down within the first year of his presidency. On January 22, 2009, shortly after taking office, Obama signed an executive order stating that authorized the use of an … Continue reading The Case to Close Guantanamo