Understanding Aung San Suu Kyi’s Silence on the Rohingya

While Rohingya Muslims are oppressed in Myanmar, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi has stayed silent.

Why Trump’s Ban Could Help ISIS

By adopting an adversarial stance towards Muslims writ large, President Trump may actually be facilitating extremist recruitment efforts.

In Syria, a Battle Between Radical Leftism and Militant Islam

Rojavan Kurds have created a federalist system, prioritizing gender equality and democracy. It remains to be seen whether the structure can be expanded

Generally Assembled: Charting Obama’s Foreign Policy

Obama’s first and final speeches at the General Assembly chart the evolution of the President’s foreign policy.

BMI Boom and Economic Collapse in Nauru

The economy of Nauru has stagnated since the phosphate mines dried up. An obesity epidemic has ensued that the nation must address with its limited means.

The Fall of Liberalism?

Le Pen. Duterte. Brexit. Trump. It might be appropriate to dub 2016, the “year of populism,” as hundreds of millions of voters around the world have forcefully rejected the political institutions and policies that have been the backbone of 20th century liberalism and democracy. While the motivations and psychology of this global electorate will takes […]