Cultural Erasure of Women: How Women are Remembered in History

Ida B. Wells, Emmeline Pankhurst, Indira Gandhi, and Ada Lovelace, all share two significant traits. These women accomplished feats that shaped history and yet...

TurkStream: How Russia and Turkey are getting cozy

The big news from the World Energy Congress in Istanbul in October was the chummy relationship between Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey and Russian...

The State: An Old and A Necessary Beast

By: Luka Zucic (Guest Writer) In spite of the rise and growing influence of international organisations and supranational institutions, such as the United Nations and...

Eritrea and Ethiopia’s Long Road to Peace: the Role of Diplomacy!

By: Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) On June 5, 2018, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), declared that it would accept the...
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Crossing Borders: The Role of Fashion in Politics

Over the past few decades, political slogans have found a space in high fashion shows, highlighting issues such as immigration, diversity and feminism. Since...
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Assimilate or Leave

The 450 members of the Ukrainian Parliament decided by majority vote to introduce a new law regarding education policy. As of 2018, this law...

Overcoming Signs of Our Division

The secret ballot allows each citizen to cast their vote as they desire, without outside influences, pressure, repercussions, or censure. Until 1890, US citizens...

Why should the democratic world support peaceful revolutions?

Ever since February 22, 2019, millions of Algerians have been relentlessly marching, calling for the fall of an authoritarian and corrupt junta, for the...

Trump a “Manchurian Candidate” President?

While playing a game of solitaire, the queen of diamonds card triggers the Manchurian Candidate to do his controller’s bidding. In Richard Condon’s novel...

Tech and Diplomacy

By: Jamie Bergin (Managing Editor) If you attend an international conference these days, such as those at the United Nations, you might encounter something seemingly...

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