Not only should we have a natural suspicion of those with power, but we should remember that the history of policing in America has been marred by a troubled and oppressive relationship with Americans of color.
During her time working at the United Nations, Kathleen Keene Jones developed critical early warning systems in Afghanistan and South Sudan. Now in the United Arab Emirates, she serves in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The International Criminal Court’s focus on African cases is indicative of the inherent nature of its existence and function, not bias against the continent.
Samuel Huntington’s theory falsely constructs the Islamic world as a threat, harming prospects for global cultural understanding and cooperation.
The irreparably polarized Abortion Debate remains contested in the realm of rhetoric which informs ideas, activism and the direction of government policy.