Writer’s Block: How Historical Narratives Frustrate Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Historical and emotional narratives make peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority a slippery objective.

Ali Hakim | April 19, 2015

School Shootings: An American Problem

The causes of the United States's school shooting dilemma.

Samarth Gupta | April 19, 2015

Dancing with Monsters: The U.S. Response to the 2009 Honduran Coup 

Hillary Clinton's response to the 2009 Honduran coup as Secretary of State raises questions of her goals in foreign policy.

Alvaro Valle | April 13, 2015

HPRgument: Iran Nuclear Deal

HPR writers discuss the terms and implications of the nuclear agreement with Iran.

Wright Smith, Eric Hollenberg, Alice Xiao, Fiona Young, Melody Tong, Sam Garin and Arjun Kapur | April 12, 2015

HPRgument: Safe Spaces

On March 21, Judith Shulevitz published an op-ed in the New York Times criticizing the rise of “safe spaces” on college campuses across the United States. HPR writers analyze her controversial claims.

Alicia Juang, Emma Kromm, Antonia Chan and Elena Monge Imedio | April 9, 2015

Pillars of Sand

American economic pressure can help stabilize the political crisis in Yemen.

Wright Smith | April 8, 2015