The Nonexistent Asian Migrant Crisis

Despite their prosperity, why have countries like South Korea and Japan accepted very few refugees?

Breaking Down Brexit

At its core, Brexit is the culmination of the British people’s desire to keep Britain British.

The International Community Must Stop Duterte

On September 29, 2016, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte compared himself to Adolf Hitler when discussing his administration’s crackdown on drug dealers and drug abusers. During a speech he said, “Hitler massacred 3 million Jews … there’s 3 million drug addicts. There are. I’d be happy to slaughter them.” His remarks were immediately condemned by many […]

Colombia’s Uncertain Future in the Wake of the Peace Referendum

After over 50 years of conflict and 4 years of negotiations, Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and FARC commander Rodrigo Londoño signed a historic peace agreement last week, seeking to end the internal conflict that has shaped Colombian society and politics since the 1960s. Peace for the country seemed within reach until Sunday night, when, […]

What is [John Kerry doing for] Aleppo?

The failed ceasefire agreement between Russia and the United States in Syria has put the strained relationship between the two countries into the spotlight

Dilma’s Demise and Her Party’s Perils

Rousseff’s downfall spells trouble for the Worker’s Party in upcoming elections.