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December 4, 2023

Renditions and Extrajudicial Assassinations Increasingly Becoming the Norm in International Relations

Governments have increasingly employed extrajudicial assassinations to target dissidents.

Protestors hold wooden signs and stand in front of a cardboard cutout of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

December 1, 2023

United States
Ten Anniversaries to Note in 2024

As 2023 comes to a close, here are ten notable historical anniversaries to mark in 2024.


November 14, 2023

Review of Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World

According to a new book by Axios reporter Bethany Allen, China has developed an authoritarian economic statecraft to reshape the global order.

A man wearing a maroon suit hold a large Chinese flag while standing in front of a white airplane on a tarmac.

November 13, 2023

Zimbabwe’s Electoral Aftermath

While Zimbabwe’s ruling party continues its campaign to quash opposition forces post-election, the Southern African Development Community takes a “business as usual” approach.

Holding a piece of paper, Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa takes an oath of office during his inauguration at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe September 4, 2023.

October 20, 2023

Responding to China and Russia’s Influence on the Militarization of Global Politics

Large democracies must combat Russia and China's support for the re-militarization of politics around the world.

Russian president poses shaking hands with Chinese president in front of Russian and Chinese flags.

October 16, 2023

Guatemala's Protests Go National, Plus Meddling Ex-Presidents and a Thaw in U.S.-Venezuela Relations

Guatemala’s protest movement goes national; Latin America’s meddlesome ex-presidents; U.S. border crisis and geopolitical turmoil are taking the pressure off Maduro.

Guatemalan demonstrators participate in anti-corruption protest

October 12, 2023

Human Trafficking
The Nexus of Human Trafficking, Democracy, and Corruption

The fight against human trafficking in the Northern Triangle and Mexico requires a comprehensive approach that acknowledges the profound impact of corruption and weak or non-existent democratic insti…

Migrants, mostly from Venezuela, travel on a train with the intention of reaching the United States, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, October 6, 2023.

October 9, 2023

Thailand’s Spiraling Gun Violence and the Need for Solutions

Thailand is awash in guns due to lax legal enforcement, causing it to have one of the highest rates of gun violence in Southeast Asia.

Red emergency lights flash outside a mall as response workers cordon off the area with orange cones following a mass shooting.

October 8, 2023

Can China Reduce Its Internal Balances Without Renewed External Imbalances?

The rest of the world has a big stake in whether China responds to the demand drag from its construction and real estate slump with looser monetary policy or with direct stimulus to households.

Can China Reduce Its Internal Balances Without Renewed External Imbalances?