106 Results for:

August 25, 2022

China
Taiwan: Tracing the Roots of the U.S.-China Standoff

The United States and China have both accused each other of changing the status quo on Taiwan, leading to a standoff. They are both correct because each country has a different perspective on what th…

Honor guards lower the Taiwan flag during sunset hours at Liberty Square in Taipei.

February 24, 2022

Immigration and Migration
Growing Up and Moving Out: The Critical Link Between Health and Migration

Migration is seen as the product of desperate circumstances, but increasingly it is the byproduct of success—improved child survival followed by a booming young-adult population.

A young man, wearing a white jacket, shorts, sneakers, and a hat, sits atop a wall next to the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

September 14, 2022

Ukraine
Ukraine’s Coming Winter of Decision

Ukraine and Russia face a winter not only of discontent but of decision.

Ukraine's President Zelensky sings a national anthem on September 14, 2022 during a flag rising ceremony in the recently liberated town of Izium in the Kharkiv region

September 15, 2022

United Nations
Survival Governance at the UN General Assembly

The annual General Assembly debate is happening at a time of cascading challenges on health, climate, and human security. Can the United Nations carve a path through?

UNGA session president hits a gavel against a podium.

September 8, 2022

Myanmar
Could Myanmar’s Opposition Forces Unseat the Junta?

Rebel ranks grow, presenting a viable threat to the military’s grip on power.

Man in suit sits at table with Myanmar flag in front of him

July 25, 2022

Climate Change
As the World Burns

The battle against climate change is being lost.

A firefighter fights a forest fire in the north of Portugal, on July 15, 2022.

April 4, 2022

Ukraine
Can Russia Be Held Accountable for War Crimes in Ukraine?

Countries including the United States are ramping up calls for war crimes investigations following an apparent massacre in the Ukrainian city of Bucha. Could Russian leaders be brought to justice und…

A woman with a child evacuates from a residential building damaged by shelling by Russian forces in Kyiv, Ukraine, in March 2022.

April 4, 2022

United Nations
Funding the United Nations: How Much Does the U.S. Pay?

Many UN agencies, programs, and missions receive crucial funding from the United States. The Trump administration sharply reduced funding to some UN agencies, but President Biden has largely reversed…

March 25, 2021

Women and Women's Rights
More Than a Few Good Women: Improving Hemispheric Security by Advancing Gender Inclusivity in Military and Police

Latin America and the Caribbean remains the most violent region in the world. Overwhelmed police and military forces stand to improve their effectiveness and accountability by unleashing a secret wea…

Women in the Bolivian military line up for maritime flag day celebrations on March 10, 2018.

May 9, 2022

Latin America
AMLO's Lithium Grab and War on Green Energy Will Hurt North America

Nationalizing Mexico’s lithium reserves and extending state control over electricity and energy will undermine the region’s prosperity and security.

Mexican lawmakers protest a constitutional reform of the energy sector