Joe Biden and the Middle East

Following Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th US president on 20 January 2021, his administration has announced it will take a close look at...

“A Day Without Us:” Mexican Women Take Action for Gender Equality

Initiatives like the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women in 1993, the Convention of Belém do Pará in 1994, and the Beijing...

YPJ: Female Freedom Fighters on the Front Lines

By: Sebastian Egger (Guest Writer) At the end of a long and brutal war, there is now a degree of stability in the region. Moreover,...

Democracy, Capitalism, Trade: Building Back Better

The fate of the Pacific may rest on the bonds of the Atlantic. Over the last four years, however, the transatlantic bonds between the...

Losing a Generation: The Plight of Children in War-torn Yemen

By: Ruben Hirsch (Guest Writer) Nearly one year ago, on August 9, 2018, an airstrike conducted by the Saudi-led military coalition operating in Yemen killed 40...

Super Bowl LIV? Patriots vs. Nationalists

By: Shane O’Callaghan (Guest Writer) As a result of the atrocities committed by the National Socialist Party during World War II, the terms nationalist and...

Syria: Has the war permanently damaged coexistence?

Age-old sectarian clashes, especially between Sunni and Shiaa Muslims, are often thrust into the forefront of narratives discussing the causes of the war in...

The Uighur Question: Halfway between Domestic Sinicization and Diplomatic Cynicism

Over the past few months, the world has been waking up to horrifying news about China, alleging crimes, and human rights abuses against Muslim...

Overturning the Veil: Islamic Feminism

Walking to the local market is an ordinary, perhaps even banal task for most people. In Riyadh, however, the ordinary is often the exception—particularlyfor women. From...

#Genocide: How Abiy Ahmed and social media plunged Ethiopia into the horrors of civil...

Rwanda, December 1993. Radio-Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM) goes live. Despite the weak signal and the constant crackling, some of the words make...

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