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Armenophobia: Enemy and Dehumanizing Images
Armenophobia: Enemy and Dehumanizing Images

The need for Turkey and Armenia to reconcile the Armenian genocide and move forward.  By Kathryn Maldonado. (10/04/2022)

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Zero-Covid Strategy is a Double-edged Sword for China and North Korea
Zero-Covid Strategy is a Double-edged Sword for China and North Korea

China and North Korea's zero-Covid policies present the countries with numerous challenges.  By Lin (Kirin) PU and Jules Hanisee. (08/31/2022)

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The Politicization of Islam in Indonesia: Its Causes and Effects
The Politicization of Islam in Indonesia: Its Causes and Effects

Essay provides analysis of Indonesian policies concerning Islam. By Suhail Ahmad Khan. (07/24/2022)

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Mass Exodus of Hong Kong – Hong Kong is not Going Back
Mass Exodus of Hong Kong – Hong Kong is not Going Back

Is emigration is rational move for Hong Kong's citizens? By Ho Ting (Bosco) Hung. (07/15/2022)

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E pluribus melior?  How to Approach the Threat of Societal Rifts
E pluribus melior? How to Approach the Threat of Societal Rifts

Author explores the reasoning behind and functioning of federalist democracies worldwide, and includes suggestions as to how to move forward from situations of upheaval.  By Alexander Loengarov. (0... Read More...



Hey Woman!
Hey Woman!

Making progress for women's rights.  By Pooja Sevaramani. (05/24/2022)

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How Female Victims Become Ghosts in Brazil’s Trafficking Interventions
How Female Victims Become Ghosts in Brazil’s Trafficking Interventions

Author calls for Brazil to refocus efforts on preventing trafficking against women. By Shreya Satagopan . (05/15/2022)

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Why the Proposed TRIPS Waiver is the Best Option to Combat Vaccine Distribution Inequality
Why the Proposed TRIPS Waiver is the Best Option to Combat Vaccine Distribution Inequality

Author argues that TRIPS waiver is the best way forward to address vaccine distribution inequality.  By Nora Heffernan. (05/15/2022)

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Women’s Rights in Japan
Women’s Rights in Japan

Author analysis women's rights and Japan and offers suggestions to improve it. By Beihao Chen. (05/11/2022)

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Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees: A Unique Case of Czech Solidarity
Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees: A Unique Case of Czech Solidarity

The Czech Republic's response to handling the Ukrainian refugee crisis and what can be appled elsewhere.  By Barbora Lehká. (05/06/2022)

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Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture
Conflict, Heartbreak and the Full Picture

With the recent terror attacks in Israel as a starting point, this essay focuses on reactions to extreme violence in conflict situations and on how they contribute to mutually exclusive narratives.... Read More...



The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back
The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back

Reflections on U.S. migration detention crisis.  By Madison Adams. (03/28/2022)

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Migrations - Old Problem, New Causes (European Policy Outlook)
Migrations - Old Problem, New Causes (European Policy Outlook)

Examining  new causes of an old phenomenon – (forced) Migrations. By Anna Lia Maria Soddu.  (03/19/2022)

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Let’s Have a Fast Cracking Glass Ceiling in Global Banking
Let’s Have a Fast Cracking Glass Ceiling in Global Banking

By Mumukshu Patel. (03/08/2022)

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Is There a Legal Impasse of Climate-Induced Migration in the European Policy Framework?
Is There a Legal Impasse of Climate-Induced Migration in the European Policy Framework?

Author examines legal aspects of climate-induced migration in Europe and argues the EU it should start acting autonomously to address the issue. By Anna Lia Maria Soddu. (03/01/2022)

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Are Western countries responsible for the severity of COVID-19 in LIDC’s?
Are Western countries responsible for the severity of COVID-19 in LIDC’s?

Author argues that the international community needs to make a fundamental change to rules and regulations on global public health, particuarly in the context of low-income and developing countries... Read More...



How Feminist Foreign Policy Can Fight Gender-Based Violence
How Feminist Foreign Policy Can Fight Gender-Based Violence

Author argues that a Feminist Foreign Policy can benefit women and human rights. By Rachel Hirsch. (12/21/2021)

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How the United States Violates the Rights of Undocumented Workers
How the United States Violates the Rights of Undocumented Workers

Examining U.S. failure to protect and enforce human rights protections for undocumented workers.  By Diane Cruz. (12/21/2021)

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The Health Care Systems of the United States and Switzerland
The Health Care Systems of the United States and Switzerland

Paper analysis Swiss and U.S. health care systems, suggesting that the United States should consider changes.  By Ingrid Noriega. (12/08/2021)

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Women Rights Issues in Western China and Southern Sudan
Women Rights Issues in Western China and Southern Sudan

Paper examines what causes the problems of lacking education that women face in western China and southern Sudan and how to solve them. By Cheng Huang. 11/03/2021

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Hidden Champion from Eastern Europe
Hidden Champion from Eastern Europe

The President of Moldova fights corruption.  By Júlia Costa de Araújo. (11/04/2021)

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The Politicization of Science
The Politicization of Science

The impacts of politizing science and ways to lessen their influence.  By Sharif Khalid. (07/27/2021)

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