How the United States is winning China's cooperation on the Iranian nuclear issue
Articles By: Elsa Kania
Elsa Kania '15 is a staff writer for the Harvard Political Review.
Exploring the geopolitics of Southeast Asia.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the culmination of a broader ‘pivot’ on trade policy.
The disadvantages of imposing sanctions too often go unexamined.
HPR interviews Nawara, an Egyptian writer and activist who founded Egypt's El-Ghad Party.
In his memoir, Our Last Best Chance, King Abdullah II of Jordan tells a story that is at once personal and political. His powerful message on the centrality of the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to future peace and stability provides an intimate look at the contested and conflict-ridden history of the modern Middle East. After generations of gridlock, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may seem to have become an unstable and wholly inadequate status quo. There may be few, if any, more chances for peace.
Shariar Mandanipour on dissidence, censorship, and the freedom to write in Iran
Throughout the forty-two years of his rule, Gadhafi was always a larger-than-life figure.
Seven HPR writers comment on the 10th anniversary of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan.
With a timetable set for withdrawal of U.S. troops by 2015, 'victory' isn't close to being a reality.