Five years after the Jasmine Revolution, the Tunisian government still struggles to meet many citizens’ day-to-day concerns.
Despite his campaign of modernization in Rwanda and a democratic facade, Kagame has gradually tightened his grip on power.
Taiwan has traded in the Chinese narrative of national humiliation for a unique identity of its own.
The Panama Papers have exposed global connections of wealth and power that will not be easily forgotten by the world’s citizenry
The Brexit referendum presents a difficult choice for the UK, but Britain should vote to stay in the EU and reap the rewards of integration
Cartels have changed dramatically since the days of Pablo Escobar, but strategies for fighting them rely on similar fundamentals and remain effective today.
HPR writers weigh in on the threat of terrorism in Europe and appropriate government responses.