Israel has historically received unequivocal support from the U.S. in forms of aid, UN vetoes and public backing. Thus, to isolate the influence of the Israeli lobby, it is critical to analyze if U.S. support aligns with American foreign policy…
As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in blockaded Nagorno-Karabakh, the Biden Administration's response has been lacking. Without decisive action, 120,000 lives are at risk -- and Armenian democracy itself.
“Sinking Towns” in India’s Himalayan Region demonstrate the need for an immediate solution to protect both residents and the environment.
With dwindling Russian influence in the post-Soviet region, U.S. engagement in the South Caucasus region is increasing.
Over 40 years after gaining independence, Zimbabwe is still struggling to resolve the longstanding issue of land ownership. Land seizures in the early 2000s intended to rectify the overwhelming white ownership of commercial agricultural land were at times violent and played a factor in the resulting economic instability of the country.
Extremist movements are calling for greater autonomy between the Northern and Southern regions of Peru.
The appeal of Arab-Israeli assimilation lies not only in economic opportunities but in the benefits of its strategic implications.
GPI fellow Ariana reflects on the role of media and activism in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
In an effort to reduce its dependency on Russian gas, the European Union has turned to another dictatorship — except this time, it is one that has been terrorizing the South Caucasus since 2020. The dictatorship in question is Azerbaijan.…
“Give us your weapons — we will return what is ours,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his recent address to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. President Zelensky’s comments reflect his sentiments to take back “Ukrainian historical lands,”…