A potential Brazil-Argentina currency union could create significant economic benefits, but not without challenges.
Category: News from the World
Before Bucha in Ukraine, There Was Abkhazia In Georgia: An Interview With Tamara Chergoleishvili
GPI sits down with an artist reintroducing the genocide against ethnic Georgians in Abkhazia
Thin victory margin in presidential election signals a divide in Korean politics
GPI discusses the 2022 Korean presidential election with Professor Joewon Yoon of Korea University
Believe conflict minerals are old news? Think again.
Stopping the exportation of conflict minerals did not deter rebel groups; instead, it diminished the legitimate business practices of artisanal miners in the DRC.
How an unlikely ally has allowed India to project power
The Taliban seems to have given India an upper hand in its perpetual tussle with Pakistan.
Violence in Karakalpakstan: what the ongoing human rights violations mean
Violence in the Karakalpakstan region of Uzbekistan demonstrates the growing need for international intervention.
Pakistan floods: how the world is responding
In times of geo-political chaos, the people of Pakistan can not be overlooked as they begin the process of rebuilding their country.
Uber’s hacking crisis: an international call for K-12 cyber education
A recent string of international cyber hacks illuminates the need for stronger cybersecurity education in public schools.
A conflicted Commonwealth: what the Queen’s passing means for member states
Why the death of Queen Elizabeth II will not be the catalyst of newfound independence for Commonwealth member states
The People vs. Khameini: Protests in the Middle East
Recent protests in Iran highlight a convergence of economic, social and political concerns with the Khameini regime.