Stopping the exportation of conflict minerals did not deter rebel groups; instead, it diminished the legitimate business practices of artisanal miners in the DRC.
The majority of LGBT asylum seekers migrating to the U.S. come from the Northern Triangle, but can they escape violence and discrimnation at the border?
Four decades after the Falklands War, Beijing stokes tension with the U.K. by supporting Argentina’s claim to the territory.
Brussels’ dawdling in the face of rapid democratic erosion is a win for authoritarianism in Europe
Analyzing the issue of police brutality in international case studies and model countries.
Despite Uzbekistan’s recent improvements in terms of human rights, it still has a long way to go before it can be called a free nation.
Rethinking U.S. grand strategy in an increased era of political and economic competition with China.
A historical review of how the international community responds to crises in Sudan.
Fellow Stefan Catana analyzes arguments for and against American intervention.
Political polarization in the United States is impacting foreign policy decisions. Here is why that matters.