American citizens can now sue states that have allegedly sponsored terrorism. But how does a person sue a country?
HPR writers weigh in on the threat of terrorism in Europe and appropriate government responses.
“In the weeks just before my final year would end, the violence came to Aleppo. It got really, really violent just three days before final exams, and the university shut down without warning.”
The Islamic State has stolen the show from al Qaeda. So what’s al Qaeda’s plan?
The parallels, parables, and prescriptions of Star Wars: The Force Awakens for international politics.
Growing isolationism in Europe and chronic instability in the Middle East make the current refugee crisis trickier than those of the past.
The GCC seems poised to remain unified on military matters even as its members’ economic policies diverge.