Europe for The Europeans: The Case for NATO Reform

Whatever Trump’s other erraticisms, he has stumbled upon an uncomfortable truth: NATO needs to be made fit for the 21st century.

Who’s Got the Power?

Despite the rise of regional powers and non-state actors, the United States’ role as a truly global leader appears secure for the foreseeable future.

The Way Forward in Yemen

After two years of fighting, Hadi and Houthi forces appear unable to put an end to the Yemeni Civil War without the support of the foreign powers entrenched in the conflict.

Space Standoff: Uncertainty in Militarized Space

Space technology is a mission-critical asset to a modern military force where precedence and collaboration between rivals is scant.

Trekking Israel

HPR editors recount experiences and reflect on learnings from the Harvard College Israel Trek

One-for-None: Aid Dependency and the “TOMS Model”

TOMS has received ample praise, gaining popularity for its innovative, impact-oriented brand that also makes products consumers enjoy. However, this seemingly idyllic model has a serious flaw: profit takes precedence over impact.