The Contemporary investigated the effects of rescinding DACA on Trinity University students, weighed the competing legal and practical issues, and addressed the diverse array of campus dialogue and discourse.
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.
The Syrian war has become synonymous with the vexing, endemic nature of geopolitics in the twenty-first century.Its birth and subsequent deviation from the revolutionary spirit of the Arab Spring is no doubt an unfortunate parody of the West’s own fall from geopolitical idealism in the new millennium.
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.
Crosslin spoke to us about her career leading the International Institute, the multi-layered political process by which refugees are resettled, and her advice for President-Elect Donald Trump.
Disaster is inevitable unless world leaders accept the practical commitments that the Responsibility to Protect requires in Myanmar.
A conversation with Angie Bryan about her 25 years in the U.S. Foreign Service.
The 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force is expansive, outdated and has dangerously normalized endless war.
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.