Peter Harrell, a world expert on economic statecraft , compares economic sanctions under Trump and Obama.
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How the European Commission should handle migrants
A new report from Project Syndicate suggests alternative ways the European Commission can handle immigration.
Rohingya populations fleeing Myanmar face challenges to repatriation
After fleeing persecution in Myanmar, the Rohingya are facing identification once returned home.
What a weakened US-Saudi relationship means for the world
The Wall Street Journal analyzes future Saudi Arabian allies after increased tensions with the United States.
Human rights and Sudan: The road to recovery
A new human rights office in Sudan is the first step toward increased rights protections.
Why the UN Climate Action Summit was a disappointment
At the Climate Summit, small countries were prepared to sacrifice the most, while large countries refused to increase their sustainability ambitions.
Why protests are taking shape in Indonesia
A new penal code in Indonesia is threatening human rights, and citizens are protesting the government over these new restrictions.
US-North Korean dialogue remains stalled
Though talks between the U.S. and North Korea have died down, South Korea may still be looking to negotiations.
The International Justice Mission released its 2019 midyear report
The midyear report details human rights rescue missions conducted all around the world.
The impeachment inquiry and how foreign policy influences domestic politics
How foreign policy is influencing the most important domestic struggle in the U.S.