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.
HPR editors recount experiences and reflect on learnings from the Harvard College Israel Trek
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.
Unfortunately, counterterrorism measures are often constructed around profiles of a typical male jihadi. Since women are not seen as terrorists, it is easier for them to gather and transfer the intelligence necessary to plan terrorist operations.
Obama’s first and final speeches at the General Assembly chart the evolution of the President’s foreign policy.
A closer look at the local foods movement and the costs of what and how we eat.
Even after weathering a storm of obstacles, indigenous organizations mostly see the Arctic Council as a success tempered by its shortcomings, not vice-versa.