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Ravi Ram
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/10/2020)


Stuart Coles
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/09/2020)


Dutch Embassy London
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/08/2020)


NinavdM
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/08/2020)


Stephanie Nebehay
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/08/2020)


One Health Poultry Hub
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/08/2020)


DGI Consult
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/06/2020)


Ravi Ram
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (07/06/2020)


Some ideas about a human right to childlessness
Some ideas about a human right to childlessness

Author calls for an end to forced marriage and pressure to reproduce.  By Dr. Anna Cornelia Beyer. (06/17/2020)

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Back to a Better Future
Back to a Better Future

An insighful look at the work of Unifying Potentials for the Future - Culture for Peace (UPF - Culture for Peace/the Initiative).  By Anastasiia Pachina. 06/15/2020

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The Untapped Resource In The MENA Region
The Untapped Resource In The MENA Region

Author analyzes the current situation for women in the MENA region, focusing on women's employment gap, and suggests ways to empower women both in the workplace and politics.  By Fati... Read More...



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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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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Solidarity in the Time of a Pandemic
Solidarity in the Time of a Pandemic

Essay describes the international position of the European Union, the United States compare to other powers (China, and Russia) and their idea of solidarity in the time of a pandemic.  By... Read More...



Examining Attitudes of International Development Volunteering and Voluntourism
Examining Attitudes of International Development Volunteering and Voluntourism

Paper examines how the preconceived notions of those embarking on an internship compare with those who have already gone on the internship and what they had originally hoped for. By Lauren Davis, S... Read More...



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...



The Shadow of Sinophobia
The Shadow of Sinophobia

How bigoted anti-China sentiments are hurting the West during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Ziyu He and Huaan Liao. (04/27/2020)

 

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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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International Affairs Forum: Disinformation/Misinformation & Education
International Affairs Forum: Disinformation/Misinformation & Education

The Winter 2020 issue of International Affairs Forum presents an array from contributors, including our Student Award Winner, discussing Disinformation/MIsinformation and Education issues.  (0... Read More...



It Is Time for Reparations
It Is Time for Reparations

How governments around the world are committing Human Rights violations through inaction. By Alexandra Byrne. (01/16/2020)

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Bleeding them Dry: America’s Vampiric Relationship with Puerto Rico
Bleeding them Dry: America’s Vampiric Relationship with Puerto Rico

Essay argues that American human rights violations against Puerto Rico are a major contributor to Puerto Rico's current economic debt crisis. By Kevin Bloodworth II.  (12/30/2019)

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Addressing Intimate Partner Violence of Central American Women
Addressing Intimate Partner Violence of Central American Women

Essay aims to address the health outcome as intimate partner violence for Central American women. By Ingrid Stephanie Noriega. 12/28/2019)

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Voices of Danish Youth Signal a New Danish Consensus on Islam
Voices of Danish Youth Signal a New Danish Consensus on Islam

Research findings of how Denmark’s state policies on religion and immigration have affected young adults.  By Sophie Zinn. (06/18/2019)

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