In light of recent events concerning the South China Sea, Jacqueline Hicks examines the current state of the conflict and the role of diplomacy in placating it.
The Afghan government controls less than 60% of the nation’s territory. Nabil Bhatia analyzes the regional security implications of Afghanistan’s diminishing security force and the resurgence of terrorist groups within the country.
Did Hillary Clinton really give Russia access to U.S. uranium production? Joann Correa exposes the truth.
With Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán behind bars in the United States, Nick Raffey discusses the power struggle between rival cartels throughout western Mexico.
Jacqueline Hicks examines recent reports of Russian cyber interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and what this means for cyber-warfare.
The recent tragedy in Quebec highlighted the severity of the threat posed by far-right movements and vigilantism in Canada. Nabil Bhatia analyzes the magnitude and organizational structure of far-right extremist groups in Canada, and suggests necessary steps that the Canadian government should take.
From a campaign based on a rhetoric of reconciling America’s values and morals with its actions abroad comes the stark reality of an administration that, for the most part, greatly expanded the use of drones outside of war zones. Natalia Valencia highlights some of the issues surrounding President Obama’s rhetoric versus his pragmatic approach to counterterrorist policy, particularly its controversial drone program.