Preventing Violence against Women in India

By Nikita Setia
April 14, 2014

US-Pakistan Relations

By Ryan T. Trapani
March 25, 2014

The United States cannot ignore the risk of Al-Qaeda and Haqqani leadership exploiting instability in Pakistan.

The Post-Sochi North Caucasus Remains Mired in Corruption

By Luke Rodeheffer
March 31, 2014

Policy makers should begin preparing contingency plans, ranging from humanitarian operations to international peacekeeping missions, in preparation for a potential collapse of Russian control over the North Caucasus within the next decade.

Thailand’s problem: A Lack of Democratic Culture

By Florian Decludt
Staff Writer
January 27, 2014

Despite Suthep’s high popularity in Bangkok and Southern Thailand and corruption allegations against Yingluck, his methods are undemocratic. As long as opposition parties resort to such extreme methods to express discontent towards the government, Thailand will remain a failed democracy.

Troubled Policy in South Sudan

By Clay Moran
Staff Writer
January 20, 2014

The past month has revealed the delicacy of the South Sudanese crisis.


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