Greece’s Migrant Crisis: A Combination of EU Policy Failures & Populism

November 9, 2020 Caroline Mendoza

On September 8, Moria, a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, was engulfed…


Social Media, Protest, and the Freedom of Speech

October 27, 2020 Annabelle Werner

This article is the fourth of five pieces from our summer series for 2020. The…


A Call to Amend the Security Council Veto

October 25, 2020 Annabelle Werner

In the aftermath of the Second World War, the global powers came together to create…

National Security

A Discussion With Dr. Fiona Hill on the Role Social Media Plays in Russian Meddling in U.S. Democracy

October 8, 2020 Zachary Durkee

Dr. Fiona Hill is a former official at the U.S. National Security Council specializing in…

Middle East

Afghanistan Reconstruction, Security, and their Ramifications on the Peace Process

October 4, 2020 Alex Choy

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not reflect any official…


Still No Solution: Bolivia’s Transition of State Power

October 2, 2020 Herman Luis Chavez

At the end of 2019, each of Bolivia’s nine regional departments experienced protests for nearly…

Arms Control

The Pentagon is Concerned With China’s Nuclear Ambitions, I asked SoS Pompeo and Dr. Richard Haass their Thoughts

October 1, 2020 Taylor Fairless

The gold standard in nuclear deterrence is the ability to execute a devastating “second strike.”…


Israel/Palestine: Challenging Narratives

September 14, 2020 Grayson Peters

This article is the third of five pieces from our summer series for 2020. The…


Globalization: its discontents and untapped potential

September 9, 2020 Kosi Ogbuli

The world continues to change in ways that make turning inwards and shutting the door…

Society and Culture

Can Social Media Undermine Democracy?

September 8, 2020 Zachary Durkee

Ten years ago, optimism surrounding the internet ran high. So much so that then Secretary…