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Money is of No Object: How the U.S Government Mishandles Price Gouging in Key Industries
Money is of No Object: How the U.S Government Mishandles Price Gouging in Key Industries

It's time to better allocate the federal budget to support those affected by price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry as opposed to standing idly by as its citizens are unable to access lif... Read More...



Necessary but Ill-timed: the ICC Investigation into the Afghanistan Situation
Necessary but Ill-timed: the ICC Investigation into the Afghanistan Situation

Author analyzes and critiqus recent ICC authorization to investigate war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan. By Faith Fisher. (06/01/2020)

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World on Autopilot II
World on Autopilot II

The UN Security Council should urgently address Covid-19 – addendum.  By Amb. Hasmy Agam and Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/29/2020)

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The Lighter Side: 90 Minutes in The Wild West
The Lighter Side: 90 Minutes in The Wild West

A trip to the store is now like a journey in the Wild West.  By Sam Ward. (05/26/2020)

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Controlling Coronavirus and Egypt’s Government
Controlling Coronavirus and Egypt’s Government

Controlling power in Egypt during the COVID-19 crisis.  By Maria Ahmed. (05/21/2020)

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The Importance of Implementing a Feminist Foreign Policy
The Importance of Implementing a Feminist Foreign Policy

Sweden and Mexico pave the way for feminist foreign policy.  By Fulin Wang. (05/21/2020)

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The lighter side: Pandemics and Zombies and Stuff
The lighter side: Pandemics and Zombies and Stuff

When you're stuck at home in pandemic times, there's always zombie movies.  By Sam Ward. (05/19/2020)

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The lighter side: Indigo Corona Logic
The lighter side: Indigo Corona Logic

Drawing parallels between the pandemic and Indigo snakes. By Sam Ward. (05/22/2020)

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Removing Assad
Removing Assad

What are the implications of removing the Assad government in Syria?  By Shannon Sutherland. (05/18/2020)

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The UK Voted to Leave the EU, and Now Scotland Must Vote to Leave the UK
The UK Voted to Leave the EU, and Now Scotland Must Vote to Leave the UK

Author argues that it's time for Scotland's independence from the U.K. By Kenneth Frank. (05/13/2020)

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Learning in light of crisis
Learning in light of crisis

The challenges of education and science in southeast Asia during the pandemic. By Rattana Lao. (05/13/2020)

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Yes, It's Time for Reparations
Yes, It's Time for Reparations

COVID-19 is really showing off the worst parts of America's failure to serve its minority populations. The question of reparations is a recurring theme around this discourse, and now that Congr... Read More...



Mass Incarceration and the Consequences of Disparate Drug-Sentencing
Mass Incarceration and the Consequences of Disparate Drug-Sentencing

It's time for positive changes in mass incarceration and drug sentencing policies. By Andrew Somple. (05/08/2020)

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Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19
Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19

Author calls for an urgent Session of the UN Security Council in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic, explaining why non-permanent members should take a leading role. By Elizabeth Deheza. (04/2... Read More...



Why Federalists Should Support The Legalization of Marijuana in America
Why Federalists Should Support The Legalization of Marijuana in America

Author argues it's time to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes. By Alexander Tong. (04/18/20)

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Why Does America Exclude Development Finance from its Foreign Aid Account?
Why Does America Exclude Development Finance from its Foreign Aid Account?

Foreign aid does not count development finance funding - resulting in billions of dollars being missed. What are its global impacts?  Here's a blueprint to correct it.  By Mumukshu Pa... Read More...



Could the New Four Trillion Stimulus Plan Save China's Economy after the COVID-19 disaster?
Could the New Four Trillion Stimulus Plan Save China's Economy after the COVID-19 disaster?

Will China's new round of economic stimulus repeat the "Four Trillions" plan of 2008 and how much it will boost China‘s economy in its search to recover from the coronavirus cri... Read More...



The International Security Dimension of COVID-19 and the Pivotal Role of the UN Security Council
The International Security Dimension of COVID-19 and the Pivotal Role of the UN Security Council

An action proposal explaining why an Extraordinary Session of the UN Security Council, which is throughout the Covid-19 crisis visible absent, is badly needed. By Tan Sri Hasmy Agam and P... Read More...



Coronavirus Pandemic: Likely Impact
Coronavirus Pandemic: Likely Impact

Examining likely impacts of the coronavirus pandemic around the world. By Anuradha Kataria. (03/31/2020)

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Covid 19 Pandemic!
Covid 19 Pandemic!

Looking at COVID19 in context of developing and developed countries. By Anuradha Kataria. (03/12/2020)

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What is more disruptive with AI:    Its dark potentials or our (anti-Intellectual) Ignorance?
What is more disruptive with AI: Its dark potentials or our (anti-Intellectual) Ignorance?

The disruptive potentials of AI and the absence of any coordinated considerations on the side of the global South.  By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (2/27/2020)

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All Those Croatian Presidents
All Those Croatian Presidents

A look at Croatian's presidents.  By Tomislav Jakic. (02/15/2020)

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The Taking of Indigenous People: The International Demand of Illegal Deforestation in Brazil
The Taking of Indigenous People: The International Demand of Illegal Deforestation in Brazil

Brazil's actions against indigenous people must end. By Gloria Abril Monroy. (02/04/2020)

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The Internet Age: Era of Information or is it just Misinformation
The Internet Age: Era of Information or is it just Misinformation

We need to evaluate the type of information that can be accessed as well as its benefits and risks. By Barbara Nieves Ramírez. (01/28/2020)

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Soleimani’s assassination triggers US-Iran standoff
Soleimani’s assassination triggers US-Iran standoff

A precarious situation in the Middle East between the United States and Iran. By Malik Ayub Sumba. (01/07/2020)

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Pakistanization of Britain: Is Johnson the last UK Prime Minister?
Pakistanization of Britain: Is Johnson the last UK Prime Minister?

Can Boris Johnson successfully manage the consequences of Brexit and preserve the political and territorial integrity of the kingdom?  By Enes Guzel. (01/02/2020)

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Does Xi Jinping really like dealing with Trump rather than Democrats?
Does Xi Jinping really like dealing with Trump rather than Democrats?

Will Xi Jinping prefer to deal with a Democrate president?  By Dr. Tao Peng. (12/29/2019)

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Of Coups, Justice and Democracy!
Of Coups, Justice and Democracy!

A look at the coups in Pakistan since its Independence and how easy it is to orchestrate one there. By Sartaj Chaudhary. (12/01/2019)

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Is the Balkans splitting the EU apart?
Is the Balkans splitting the EU apart?

The EU's recent foreign policy move, which came as a rift between the French and German foreign policy positions, is widening. By Pyotr Iskenderov. (10/29/2019)

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“Transparent war” against ghosts of war
“Transparent war” against ghosts of war

War and the battle of disinformation in the Syrian conflict.  By Theodor Zima. (10/18/2019)

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