To address global shortages of personal protective equipment amid COVID-19, countries ought to consider a wealth tax.
Ukraine battles a humanitarian crisis on two fronts — the Donbass conflict and COVID-19
The current ceasefire in Ukraine is still a cause for concern amid the region's need for humanitarian aid.
Human rights advocates must stop calling for sanctions as a foreign policy tool
Sanctions too often end up harming the very communities they are intended to help.
India’s farmers take to the streets to protest agricultural bills
Ongoing farmers protests in India see thousands take to the street in demonstration.
Amid wave of anti-LGBT policy and autocratic rule in Poland, new abortion law sparks mass protests
Marchers defied coronavirus curfews in cities across the country in the largest protests since the fall of communism.
NGOs play a critical role in ensuring equitable global access to water
In the global pursuit of equitable water access, NGOs play a key role in solving the public-private gap.
Political opponents face suppression and detention under new Kyrgyzstan president
Under new leadership, Kyrgyzstan faces international criticism for a crackdown on political dissidents.
Five-term Ugandan President wins reelection, despite corruption allegations and a crackdown on human rights
President Museveni wins reelection against opposition leader Bobi Wine and now faces accusations of election, press freedom and human rights violations.
Face-off: To address violence against women, should refugee status be granted based on gender?
Fellows Delarai and Jamie face off on the topic of amending refugee status to include gender justifications.
Amid COVID-19 and Myanmar coup, fate of the Rohingya hangs in the balance
Refugee resettlement for the Rohingya fails to improve humanitarian and political conditions.