Had there been enough political will from the Salvadoran government to attempt to solve the T.P.S situation, they would have sought bilateral meetings with the Trump administration and resort to an action as old as time: realpolitik.
Hansen’s deeply personal account of her years in Turkey relays a historical critique of American power, the relationship between our racial history and foreign policy, and American exceptionalism.
The United States holds the keys to resolve the crisis in Venezuela. America’s inaction in the matter strengthens the Maduro regime, but involvement might prove decisive.
Trinity University students and faculty are grappling with an environment of uncertainty after President Trump’s executive order on Immigration. This week, The Contemporary investigated law’s implications for students, took the pulse of legal debates, and evaluated the law’s impact on the campus climate.
If Congress and the courts continue to defer to the executive branch during the Trump administration, they will permit an expanded extra-legal war against ISIL and other terrorist groups.
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.